My name is Max!

Chow Chow Dog for adoption in Scottsdale, Arizona - Max
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Forever Loved Pet Sanctuary

Facts about Max

  • Breed: Chow Chow
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: FLPS#99
Max found his way to Second Home Pet Resort when his owner entered hospice care and passed away shortly after. How we wish she would have known that Max was safe with FLPS before she passed.

Max is an 10 year old Chow Chow with a gentle personality. While in boarding at Second Pet Resort he was evaluated and spent a lot of time socializing and enjoying the company of other dogs. While at a once over at the vet, we found out that Max and heart worm and he was immediately treated. He has a clean bill of health and is now on monthly heart worm prevention that we recommend to all of our adopters. Max loves a good bully stick to chew on and is a great walking partner. He's a sweet gentle soul that seems to have had some basic training as well.

Let us know if you have room in your heart and home for Max.

About Forever Loved Pet Sanctuary

About Our Rescue Group...

Forever Loved Pet Sanctuary (FLPS) is one of only two senior animal rescues in Maricopa County, Arizona. Formed in 2012 as a non-profit 501[c][3] organization, the focus of FLPS is to promote the rescue, adoption, and well-being of senior animals. FLPS also provides public education regarding the value of adopting a senior pet. FLPS serves a public need by offering housing to a limited number of senior pets.

This safe haven, will take the burden of temporary care and housing of senior animals off of local shelters. Inevitably, local shelters resort to euthanizing these abandoned, senior animals at an alarming rate. According to a 2012 statistics report, Maricopa County Animal Care and Control (MCACC) euthanizes one animal every eight minutes it is open to the public. Euthanasia for senior residents is the primary option for most local shelters because they tend to focus their efforts on a high adoption model that includes younger “more adoptable” animals. FLPS will work with local shelters and rescues to identify the senior animals in need and provide a streamlined process for interested men, women and families who wish to adopt.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Forever Loved Pet Sanctuary (FLPS) is involved with events hosted by PACC911 (Phoenix Animal Care Coalition) and is currently in talks with a local Pet Food retail store to host a monthly adoption event.

Our Adoption Process...

Forever Loved Pet Sanctuary (FLPS) asks for an adoption donation beginning at $150 [depending on age and breed] for each of our fabulous senior dogs and cats. We require that an adoption application be completed as well as a home check.