Chevy is a wonderful boy who is about 4 years old and loves everyone he meets. He has a great disposition and just wants to please.
Chevy would make a great companion to some lucky person. He loves walking, riding in the car, and he sits patiently for treats. He does require a 3-day 'getting to know period' with new dogs, then settles in fine and gets along with all.
Chevy was found bounding down the side of GA I-20. He readily allowed himself to be rescued and hopped in the car. He was wearing a large, belt-sized collar, the kind purchased at feed stores to chain up outside dogs. Luckily he has escaped his life of chains and is in home-boarding with our favorite Atlanta trainers (frogstodogs.com), where he's been patiently waiting for two long years!
His trainer says Chevy is more than ready to graduate to a foster or adoptive home. Free and unlimited group classes are available to any willing foster or adopters through frogstodogs.com. It's good fun for both Chevy and his handler. He'll make you proud and what a great way to bond with your new dog.
Age: 4 years old
Weight: 50-60 lbs
Temperament: Gets along with people and dogs; prefers no kids or cats
Training: House, crate and obedience-trained PLUS FREE LIFETIME TRAINING!
Vetting: Neutered, up-to-date on vaccines and heartworm negative
This adoptable is not a Doggie Harmony animal, but a courtesy listing on behalf of the kind person who rescued and cares for this animal until it can find a forever home. There will likely be a fee to reimburse for the cost of its vetting/care; it will vary by rescuer/animal. Additionally, this rescuer will ask you to complete an application and allow a home visit to ensure pet is a good fit for your home/lifestyle. If you would like to proceed with the application, please go to www.doggieharmony.org > Forms > Adoption Application.
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