Go to content
2 years old
Spayed Female
40 lbs
Golden Retriever Mix
Adopt Jayne

*PLEASE NOTE: The first step in the process is to complete an adoption application, which can be found here: Adoption Application

Meet Jayne!  This gorgeous girl is a 2-year-old mini golden mix who’s as sweet as can be.  Jayne came into rescue when her previous owners could no longer give her the attention she deserved.  Jayne spent a lot of the time in the backyard/garage in her former home and was not given much attention or socialization opportunities.  Jayne has been settling in at her foster home and is now ready to find her forever family.

Jayne is a sweetheart who loves to be with her people once she’s comfortable.  Because she wasn't socialized previously or given opportunities to go places and meet new people, she is initially hesitant with new people.  She sometimes will bark at people who come up to her before she’s comfortable.  She warms up more quickly and does very well with a slow, patient introduction and lots of treats.  If you get her to come to you in her own time, she will quickly be your best friend and want to follow you everywhere!

Jayne is an active pup who enjoys long walks, hikes, and even jogs, but is also equally content to hang out on the couch with you after some activity.  Jayne bonds closely with her people and loves to cuddle and be near you all the time.  Jayne loves her toys and to play fetch!  She can be a little tough with the stuffed toys so some heavy duty toys and chews are definitely the way to go.  She brings the toys right back to you and drops it and would play fetch forever if you let her!

Jayne is still pretty apprehensive around dogs and can be reactive on leash.  With a calm energy she can be very easily redirected using treats and praising her through a stressful situation.  Jayne would do best in a home without other dogs and with forever owners who will work with her slowly to get her more used to being around other dogs, without pushing her boundaries too much.  Jayne spent time at a foster home with cats, and while separated behind a baby gate she didn’t show any signs of severe prey drive, and with the right patient owner and a very slow introduction she would probably be just fine in a home with cats.

Jayne is very smart, adventurous, and beyond adorable.  She is going to be a fantastic addition to the right family who will be dedicated to doing whatever necessary to set her up for success!  If you are interested in adopting Jayne, please fill out an adoption application here: Adoption Application

Video of Jayne playing:  https://youtu.be/N6bxVTP6tw0

Any questions about Jayne can be directed to sydney@roversretreat.org

*PLEASE NOTE:  Jayne's adoption fee is $600 and she is being fostered in Redondo Beach, CA*

*** Please use a home computer to fill out the application as some mobile devices do not support the data submission from them.  If you have any problems filling out the application, please contact us at roversretreat.org@gmail.com and let us know!

• Home visits are required prior to being considered for adoption.

• Completed application and approved home visit do NOT guarantee adoption

• We receive many more applications than we do dogs, so some people will be disappointed.  We may receive over 100 inquiries for a single, highly desirable dog!

• We do not ship our dogs

There is a $20 application fee required to submit an application to adopt one of our rescued dogs. You can make this payment via PayPal at https://paypal.me/roversretreat or on Venmo at https://www.venmo.com/roversretreat         (Please note your name and the name of the dog you are applying for in the comments section of your payment)
Alternatively you can pay the application fee via credit, debit, or direct from your bank by clicking on the following link:  Pay application fee to Rover's Retreat

I attest all information I provided above is true. I promise to care for the dog to the best of my ability, with the full intent of keeping the dog for the duration of its life. I also agree to keep a collar with tags on the dog, provide quality dog food, adequate shelter, veterinary care and training as needed.*

Back to content