What came first, his distinguished name or his very round belly? Whichever it was, it scarcely matters when that very round belly receives plenty of loving rubs and this 15-pound Chi/terrier mix cheerily dispenses doggy kisses in return. Trotting along with a determined look on his cute caramel and cream face, the curious 5-year-old hopes some exciting adventure lies ahead of him in his foster home’s backyard. In fact, being outdoors and exploring the yard is one of his favorite activities. Although fun and friendly Sir Chubbs gets along well with cats and other dogs, he does NOT do well around large groups of people. He is much more of a one-on-one kind of canine companion, reserving his affection for a choice and select few. With a slight tendency to guard his food bowl, Sir Chubbs could use a refresher course in proper mealtime manners, and hopes that those in his forever home will patiently remind him.
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