Jordan will face surgery later this month to remove a bullet from his abdomen.
Salem Patrolman Bill Robinson tells Today's Sunbeam his patrol partner is doing great and seems like his old self.
Jordan was shot as officers responded to a domestic violence incident last Wednesday.
Robinson suffered a grazing gunshot wound to the shoulder and was treated at the scene. Jordan was taken to a Philadelphia veterinary hospital.
The suspect was charged with attempted murder, kidnapping, aggravated assault, endangering the welfare of a child, and weapons offenses.
The Salem County Police K-9 Association says donations have been coming in from around the country to cover Jordan's medical expenses.
Information from: nj.com