know that one more dog is buried at Clark, his name is Jack.
Jack and I left Little Rock together in July 1967. Jack got some type
disease with in six months after we arrived at Clark. Jack died in my
arms early in the morning in Oct 1967.
I had spend the night with him at the vets office giving him ice
baths to keep his fever down. Jack was better known as Jack-ass
because he was so hard headed. He LOVED nothing better than to bite on
any thing including me when that was his only choice, but trucks were
his first choice.
Jack had a stainless steel K-9 tooth, broke both of his trying to
chew his way out of the kennels at LITTLE ROCK, not sure if he wanted
to follow me or bite me. He sunk that tooth in a TRUCK tire one night
at LRAB. Coffee was late that night.
The other dog that is
buried at Clark is ROLF. Rolf would attack another dog before he would
I also worked with Shep while at Clark,noticed he is on the list. All
were GREAT DOGS, but JACK was MY dog from school at Lackland till he