My name is Joey Jim!

Labrador Retriever/Border Collie Mix Dog for adoption in Winfield, Pennsylvania - Joey Jim
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Haven to Home Canine Rescue

Facts about Joey Jim

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever/Border Collie Mix
  • Color: Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10484633-16-0078
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Joey Jim came to us as a stray.  He was picked up by the warden and taken to a local vet.  He was quite forlorn and suffering from flea dermatitis.  He responded quickly to their TLC and medical treatment and was soon feeling better and looking so much happier. 

Joey is about 2 years old. His medical paperwork says American Pit Mix, but we believe he could be lab, border collie, boxer…who knows!?  We do know that he is a sweet boy with melt-your-heart brown eyes.  He charmed the vet staff and then our volunteers who met him with his winning personality.  It didn’t take his foster mom long describe him as friendly and adorable.

Joey Jim Pros: He rides well in the car.  He is house trained -- not one accident in his foster home. He is treat motivated and eager to learn. He knows sit, down, shake (sloppy), sit pretty, high five, and look at me. He's learning 'leave it' & roll over. He walks nicely on leash with a gentle leader and loves exercise & play.  He lives with 2 female dogs: another foster (Neyla/Cindy) dog that he allows to “mother” him and she is often seen licking his ears. They also play together.  The other is the resident dog and he is submissive and respectful of her.  He will wait his turn like a true gentleman with his female canine siblings.  Joey is great when the grandchildren come to visit.  

Joey Jim Cons:  He is very cat reactive.  (That’s a definite “con” if you have cats.)  On the pro side of that, he is getting better and listens to correction when he sees the cats in his foster home.  But he has a ways to go before he could live and co-exist with felines on a daily basis. He has shown some issues with food, he may not have eaten regularly as a stray.  He gulps his food and his foster mom monitors food intake and dog interaction during mealtime.  But, he has learned to take treats nicely during treat and trick time even when the other dogs are present.  

Joey is a voracious chewer.  He will need a home with a steady supply of kongs and chews.

His foster mom used so many superlatives to describe him: a Beautiful , good boy, who is smart, gentle, and loyal.  Sooo handsome and sooo sweet, a fantastic boy, who is kind, and loving.   He has all the right qualities of a great family dog and is looking or a home that will continue to work with him.  And she added that he likes to sleep close to her with his head on her neck. 

Joey has been neutered updated on his vaccines and microchipped.  He is ready for his forever home. 

Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.


Click here for the ADOPTION APPLICATION if you are interested in adopting this pet.

Applications are the first step in the adoption processPlease do not call or email simply to express interest. We are all volunteers and receiving your application saves us time and helps to determine the best match for both people and dogs. 

We provide as much information as we currently have on each dog in their description. For questions on the adoption process, including fees, please review the Adoption page. If you have additional questions or are interested in adopting, please fill out an adoption application. Once we receive your application someone will be in touch to answer your questions.
We do not arrange visits to meet dogs without an application. If you'd like to meet a variety of dogs without filling out an application please attend one of our events, listed under the events link.

 Thank you!

About Haven to Home Canine Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Haven to Home Canine Rescue is an all volunteer organization that was founded in June 2008. We do not have a shelter, but use foster homes to care for the dogs that are awaiting their forever homes. FOSTER HOMES are the HAVEN in Haven to Home. We are a non-profit, 501(c)3, organization.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

We do many events throughout the year with our foster dogs in attendance. Please check our online calendar frequently to see where you can visit us.

Our Adoption Process...

Filling out an application is the first step. An online application is located on Haven to Home's homepage. Application, references, home visit and adoption fee are required to adopt one of our dogs. Due to the severe overpopulation of dogs in this country Haven to Home believes that responsible pet owners have their pets spayed or neutered. Therefore it is our policy not to adopt our dogs to people who do not have their current animals spayed or neutered unless there is a medical reason. Adoption fees are $175 for Puppies; $225 for Adults; and, for Senior Dogs it will be determined on a case by case basis.