Saved off the euth list at the NYC kill shelter... Adopt Choco!
A volunteer writes: Choco is already a big boy at eight months of age…His square face topped by butterfly ears, his big puzzled and naive eyes….He is plain adorable…Choco is no pound puppy, though..He is a strong babe who pulls on the leash and engages in rambunctious and mouthy play with other dogs in playgroups. He likes to jump high and he is known to chew on household items when his family is away…The very reason his owners relinquished him to the care center. Choco comes otherwise with excellent recommendations. He lived and played gently with the children of the house and is said to be very playful and affectionate…Choco’s little boy face got me.. Really cute.. He comes when called, sits very nicely on command, does his business without marking and puts his head right in my lap for petting…Choco is a high energy puppy, very enthusiastic who needs basic training in puppy savvy hands and he will be an awesome adult, in looks and character. He has goodness in him, a great core..He just needs the polish…Let’s not waste his life because he only needs basic training…Choco is just eight month old and has a long life in front to of him but only if you give him a chance, the chance to be his new master and teacher.
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