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At Double J Dog Ranch we strive to make the best match for our adoptable dogs and your family.  That being said, we are not a first come first serve rescue, especially when we receive multiple applications for the same dog.  

To be considered as an adopter, you must:

  • Be 25 years of age or older.

  • Have Identification showing your present address.

  • Have written consent from your landlord if you rent your home.

  • Be able and willing to spend the time and money necessary to provide training, medical treatment and proper care of the dog.

  • Must have a fenced yard.​

Upon completion of our adoption application, our Adoptions Coordinator will process the app and contact you for an interview.   We will then set up a meet and greet with the dog(s) you are interested in making part of your family.  You can then take the dog home on a sleepover to make sure it is the right fit for your family and the dog.  Once you decide to adopt, we will meet and execute our adoption agreement, you will receive all of the medical information and records and pay the required $250.00 adoption donation.  Your donation is for a fully vetted dog to include vaccinations, microchip, eye clinic visit if necessary and spay/neuter.

Thank you for your interest in adopting one of our special dogs... 

 AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

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Cleo is a 1 year old, deaf, bully breed mix.  She is the sweetest girl and loves her people, plays well with others but can be a bit standoffish at first.  She is hoping to find her one and only. 

Cleo has a very high prey drive and will not be compatible in a home with cats, chickens or other small animals.

Micah is a beautiful, 1 year old, deaf, standard Australian Shepherd.  He had a rough start in life being kept in a barn with little to no human interaction, just his mom and sibling.  Although he is timid and wary, he is also very sweet and plays nicely with other dogs.  Perhaps you are the person to give him the patience he needs to fully trust. 

Meet Mary, she is the mom to Micah (listed above) and she is also deaf.  She recently underwent surgery as she had a very bad case of entropian.  At two years old, she has better social skills than her pups.  She has come a long way already and seeks out attention now.  She also plays well with others and is an active girl.

Take a look at this handsome young boy!  This is Finn and he is a 4 month old, deaf and sight impaired, Aussie/Great Pyrenees.  He is simply a big love muffin waiting for his new family to find him.  His favorite thing is sitting with you (on you) in the grass.

He plays very well with others, but does have some resource guarding issues with food.  Nothing terrible, but worth a mention.

This sweet lady is our 11 year old, blind and deaf, Ellie.  She came to the ranch last year after losing her mom to illness.  Ellie would love nothing more than to find a quiet home where she will be welcome to lay by your easy chair keeping you company.  Ellie is an Aussie mix, and approx 50lbs 

You would be hard pressed to find a sweeter puppy than our boy Logan!  He is a 6 month old, deaf and sight impaired standard Australian Shepherd.  He plays well with all the other dogs and is a people pleaser.  Logan would easily slide into almost any family situation.  Don't miss this great fella! 

I mean, if the ears don't get you her personality will.  Meet Kimchi, our spicy little nugget.  Kimi is a 4 month old, hearing and sight impaired, mixed breed.  She loves to play with toys and will follow you everywhere.  She is a really fun and happy puppy, guaranteed to make you smile!  She looks like she will be around 30lbs as an adult.

If your looking for an active little stinker, Sailor Boy is the dog for you!  He is a 1 year old, deaf, mini Australian Shepherd.  He is a mischievous one and will keep you on your toes.  He loves racing around the yard playing chase with the other dogs as well as riding on the tractor.  I believe he would be a great kayaking partner too!  He can be a bit reactive when meeting new dogs and will resource guard his food.  Awesome boy right here!

I would like you to meet a very special boy, his name is Beau.  This charmer is almost 2 years old, and is a blind and deaf Australian Shepherd.  He loves playing tug with other dogs, but would rather be loved on by his person.  Beau is what we call a 'super special' because not only is he blind and deaf, he has other neurological dysfunctions that attribute to what some would call odd behavior.  He cannot help but periodically jump in the air and lunge.  He is not aggressive but we would rather he is adopted to family without children.  Are you the special person that can take care of this special one...    

Hold onto your hearts!!  Mikey (left) and Yuki (right) are a couple of heartbreakers for sure.  They are 4 month old, deaf, standard Australian Shepherds looking for their families.  They are happy, bouncy babies that love toys and playing chase.  They are going to make excellent family members to some lucky person!  

UPDATE:  Pending Adoption on Yuki

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