Chasity was owner surrendered. Chasity's former owner obtained Chasity as a gift from her brother. She realized she was not prepared to care for a young puppy, and in addition, she found out she had allergies. Per the former owner, Chasity is housetrained, happy and playful, likes baths, and both dry and canned food. She will playfully nip when she gets excited. She is all up to date and ready for her forever home!
Chasity is an awesome dog. She needs a strong owner that is willing to teach her some manners. We don't feel she was given the direction she needed when she was a puppy. One of our staff members takes Chasity out for long walks and he states that Chasity would do best in a home with an active couple or single person. A fenced in yard for her would be a must because she requires a lot of exercising.She is crate trained here at the shelter. She loves to get attention, so if you work long hours, that would not benefit her with the exercise she requires. As for other dogs, she is selective. Patience, maybe some professional training and dedication with lots of love will get Chasity on the right track. She is an amazing dog that would make a great pet.
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