UPDATE: Chaunce has once again found himself back in Rescue. He came into Rescue in 2013 and was adopted in 2015. Sadly, the sweet young boy developed SARDS, which cause total blindness. SARDS is not reversible. He can see some shadows but he will need a forever home where someone is home during the day to help him navigate.
Hi, I'm Chaunce and I'm looking for my very own forever family. I am a great little boy with so much love to give. I am crate trained and only have gotten so much better about going potty outside. I love going for walks or just roaming the yard. My favorite toy is a big orange squeaky ball. I absolutely love it! I also love my little stuffed teddy bear and he sleeps with me. I love to give kisses and get belly rubs. I will lay on your lap but if you don't want me too, I will just go lay in my crate. Food is my favorite thing ever and I am not picky. I love to eat carrots as treats or anything else you give me. I even take my medicine with no problems. I take medicine for my seizures. I haven't had any since I started taking the medicine. The doctor says it is "well controlled". I am a special little boy who just want my own home. Come on, give me a chance and you won't regret it.
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