Posted on December 1, 2020

Puppy Jake Foundation provides service dogs to perform tasks and provide companionship for American veterans with disabilities, all at no cost to the veterans or their families.

The estimated cost of each service dog, from birth to placement, is between $18,000 and $20,000. The expenses of a Puppy Jake service dog range from: 

  • Purchase of purebred puppy - $1,500
  • Veterinary care for a year - $1,500
  • Training for a year - $10,000
  • One year of food - $576
  • Crate - $75
  • One month of food - $48
  • Training vest, backpack and bandana - $80
  • Collar & leash - $30

Each donation matters. Show your support by giving what you can and help a veteran who gave so much for our country. You can also make a donation to honor a loved one – whether it’s a friend, family member or fallen soldier.

Let the season begin and thank you for your support!


Posted on July 16, 2020

It's LIVE!

The annual PJF auction is up and running from now until midnight on July 26th!  Please click on this link and support Puppy Jake's mission of providing  service dogs to wounded Veterans (and you get a great deal for yourself!).


Posted on February 12, 2020

It is with great pleasure that I share with you that in July 2019, Puppy Jake Foundation achieved accreditation from Assistance Dogs International (ADI).   ADI is an international organization that sets standards in all aspects of an assistance dog organization.    PJF began the process in 2014 – and yes, it took five years to obtain accreditation. When Puppy Jake completed the rigorous process and met the high standards set by ADI, there are only 73 organizations in the United States to have achieved accreditation.  Having received accreditation, the Veterans we serve will now have additional benefits at the VA.  Hats off to the entire PJF team for reaching this tremendous level of excellence.A very important milestone was acheived by Puppy Jake Foundation in July  2019.