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; ; Chase is a tall, lanky and happy guy! He was feeling very cooped up in the kennel from the shelter we rescued him from, as any big adolescent would, but is showing himself to be a lovely boy here at the sanctuary. He is a very sweet boy but is big and goofy and would benefit from some formal training. He gets along beautifully with the young female dog that he is with currently, but has had some trouble with other dogs. This has mostly been with alpha males. We would not recommend him for a dog park at this time, but if you do have another dog we would be happy to have the two of them meet to see if they could be friends.
; Chase is always happy to see us and will sit beautifully before eating without having to be asked, but does like to jump up for hugs. All in all he is a great boy who is loving and eager to please. He is looking for an active family who will work on the training that he missed out on growing up in multiple shelters. If you would like to foster/adopt Chase, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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