Companion Animal Foundation: Bring Jack & Jill up to your hill

Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch, heel and roll over. These goofy, affectionate wirehair terrier crosses are looking for forever families that are ready to dive headfirst into the crazy, wonderful world of puppyhood. Both pups get along wonderfully with other dogs and they are learning how to gently interact with the cats in our kitten room.

Though their dispositions are equally sweet, we have noticed that Jack is the more adventurous of the pair, while Jill tends to stay closer to where she is comfortable. If you frequent the outdoors and are looking for a dog to accompany you to the beach or into the mountains, Jack may the one for you! If you are hoping to find a canine friend to snuggle with you at home, Jill just might be the perfect match. Both pups can be easily distracted from mischief with the temptation of a squeaky toy and they are gradually adjusting to their potty training routine. Though we don’t have a lot of information regarding their history, we believe they are between two and three months old and may have some border collie blood (based on their coloration), meaning they will likely grow to be medium-size dogs.

Jack and Jill

Jack and Jill will be ready for adoption following their spay/neuter surgery, which is scheduled to occur in the next few weeks.  If you would like to meet them, come on down to our puppy play pen between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday at 88 Sunny Brae Center and fill out an application!

All of our adoptable animals can be seen online at Please keep in mind that animals listed as available may have an application pending, so give us a call (707) 826-7387 if you have any questions about a specific cat or dog.

All of the animals at Companion Animal Foundation have been spayed/neutered, treated for parasites, and are up-to-date on their vaccinations. If you have any questions about the adoption process or would like to know more about our organization, please give us a call at (707) 826-7387 or email [email protected]. Don't forget to follow Companion Animal Foundation on Facebook and Instagram!

Have you adopted from Companion Animal Foundation over the past 15 years? We’d love to hear from you! Send your stories and pictures to [email protected]



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