Posted on December 16, 2013

As the holidays are quickly approaching, you are probably making last minute snowy filled trips to the mall to pick up gifts for your family and friends. You are also planning trips to visit family across the country. As you are making 2014 a special holiday season for your family in the U.S., imagine the soldiers serving our country throughout the world and those who have served in the past. As these brave men and women have put our country before their own wants and needs this Christmas and previous holidays, think about the impact you can have on their lives. This is how you can help:

As you know, Puppy Jake Foundation’s mission is to improve the physical and emotional wellbeing of wounded military veterans through well bred, socialized and professionally trained service dogs. From your generous donations, we are able to select, train and place service dogs to assist men and women of the U.S. Armed Services in their homes and in the community.

Puppy Jake Foundation has committed to help a specific veteran, Steve, with financial assistance this Christmas season.  Steve is a disabled combat veteran in need of a service dog for seizures and severe PTSD. He served in USMC 93-97 (Gulf War, Somalia and Bosnia). He is unable to work and support his family of 8 due to his disabilities and numerous ailments. Steve is a perfect example of a veteran that has given so much to our country.  Until January 1st, ALL donations will be directed to the training of Freedom, the service dog in training who will be placed with Steve.

Your tax-deductible donation will go toward essentials to prepare this Puppy Jake Foundation service dog, such as food, veterinarian expenses and training. To make a donation, please visit

Thank you for your generosity and consideration for the men and women who serve our country, and Puppy Jake Foundation’s part in improving their lives.