Adoptable Dogs

Looking for a friend?

We pride ourselves in working with the best of the best dogs, but despite our best efforts some dogs are not cut out for the demands of being a service dog. However, they will be a great pet.
 
The on this page are adoptable dogs from the Puppy Jake Foundation program. While some of them have received training, none of them have completed Service Dog training and are NOT eligible for Service Dog certification.

Our Adoptable Dogs

From our pack to yours

Cubby

Introducing our love bug, Cubby. Nearly two years old, Cubby is a sweet boy and has excellent house manners. He has a healthy fear of things out of the ordinary and loud noises, but it is startle reflex that results in a couple of quick barks. He does well with other dogs, but in public he can get a little excited to meet a new dog. While loving snuggles, he will also be a great companion on walks.

Olive

Miss Olive is 1yr old German Shepherd that needs a quiet home with consistency. She is on the shyer side and would need someone to be patient with her. She gets along great with other dogs. She has a medium activity level and enjoys learning new things.

If you would like to meet one of these dogs, please fill out the form below and a member of our staff will get back to you.

Puppy Jake Foundation has the following expectations and requirements for adoption:

• If the dog has not been spayed or neutered by the time of adoption, the dog will be returned to Puppy Jake at or around the dogs one year anniversary to be altered at Puppy Jake’s expense. The surgery can also be done at the adoptee’s veterinary clinic, please submit the receipt for reimbursement.
• Adoptee shall assume all financial responsibility for the dog including an adoption fee.
• The dogs will live inside with and not housed outside, nor tied outside to a tether or chain.
• The dog shall be seen by the adoptee’s veterinarian within 30 days of adoption and provide documentation of the visit to PJF.
• Adoptee will continue proper veterinary care; remain current on all immunizations; heart worm preventative; flea control and periodic stool checks.

Puppy Jake Foundation retains the right of first refusal in ANY instance where the adoptee is unable or unwilling to care for the dog. If for any reason adoptee cannot or does not want to keep this dog, PJF must be informed and has right of first refusal to the dog. From the time PJF receives notice of such, PJF will have 30 days to exercise its right of first refusal to have the dog returned to PJF.