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Jeffersonville, IN, 47130
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Meet Jayce! ?

Jayce is a 5 year old Pug mix, we want to say Puggle but can’t be 100% sure! Some see Pug/Boston! She was surrendered to the shelter when her family could no longer care for her, adopted by a family and retuned due to an ongoing peeing issue. One of our fosters was at the shelter to pick up another dog and stumbled across Jayce. She was told her story and decided to take her home as well! Later that day, foster momma took Jayce to the vet and it was discovered that she had a rather large bladder stone. She had surgery two days later and she hasn’t looked back. Due to her breed and the chances of another stone, Jayce is on a prescription bladder diet. This food costs $49.99 for a 7.7lb bag and lasts her a month. If you are extra nice to her, she loves the wet food mixed in as well! 

Jayce is feeling like a new lady now. She LOVES other dogs and her favorite thing to do is take a nap. She also really enjoys morning coffee with foster mom and foster siblings, just enjoying the sunrise and quiet moments. Foster mom doesn’t have a single complaint about Jayce. She is crate trained, but can be left out unattended. She is potty trained as well. Her adoption fee is $175. She is spayed, UTD on vaccines, heartworm negative and microchipped. You can apply for Jayce on our website!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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