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Adopt A JAI Dog

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When you adopt a Jai Dog, you don’t just save their life, you complete it.

Adopting a rescue dog from overseas is one of the most rewarding things you will ever do. In opening your home to a dog who needs a second chance, you’ll also be opening your heart to the incredible lessons a rescue dog can teach us all.

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Mary's story

Mary was rescued alongside her pal Maverick, from Wat Tavor Nimit temple where puppies are often dumped because of its rural location. We work with local feeder P Sumneung to make sure all the dogs here are well cared for, but it’s no place for a puppy. So Mary and Maverick both came to live with us on The Farm, where they’ve been receiving a kinder, more well-rounded introduction to the big wide world. 

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Mary's character

The first thing to know is that everyone loves Mary! Whether she’s taking a dip in the on-site lagoon (and encouraging the rest of the pack to join her!) or stealing Mike’s socks, Mary is a very special soul with a very special way of winning everyone over…dogs and people alike! 

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Mary's perfect home

Mary’s easy-going nature means that she could live with another dog or be equally happy having all the attention to herself! We’re also happy to consider homes with sensible, dog-savvy children, although it’s important that children are taught how to be respectful and sensible around dogs: Mary might be a chilled-out character, but she’ll still need plenty of time and space to adjust to her new surroundings. 

Providing enough exercise and mental stimulation will be key for Mary, as she is an active and playful young dog. As such, a home with a garden and exciting walks right on her doorstep would be ideal, and adopters may want to consider doggy daycare or playdates, to ensure Mary gets plenty of opportunity to play! Like all dogs, fun adventures and playtime are a great way to build a bond, as is training: adopters should be prepared to keep up Mary’s training, teaching her good doggy manners and helping her understand what is expected of her. 

Like all our dogs, Mary has grown up in the rural surroundings of The Farm. Due to her confidence and young age, we’re happy to consider adopters living in all kinds of locations, but adopters should be mindful that introductions to novelties such as busy roads, restaurants and highstreets will need to be slow and rewarded with plenty of positive encouragement! 

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Mary's details


11 Months

(DOB) 2021-08-01









Can live with another dog?


Can live with children?

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Ready to adopt Mary?

So you’ve read the details, you’ve fallen in love, and now you’d like to adopt? We don’t blame you…you’re only human after all!

The first step in the adoption process is to complete an adoption form. This will give us all the information we need to make a match and see if the dog that’s caught your eye is the right fit for you.

Are you ready?

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What happens next?

Once you’ve submitted your adoption form, we’re sure you’ll want to know more about what to expect next. We’ve crafted our street to sofa adoption process to make sure you’re kept informed at every step of the journey.

Take a look at our Adoption Process breakdown to learn more about what to expect at every stage.

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