Chacha will be a large dog when grown.. (Big Dogs RULE)! She has gorgeous markings with big and beautiful dark amber eyes and Chacha loves to smile! She is non-aggressive and issue free, she is most definitely the best big dog you could ever hope to meet.
She was born on the streets and spent the first few months of her life surviving on her own before she was rescued. Chacha is currently being treated as part of the family in a loving farm style and well established foster home in Vista and will stay there until her perfect forever family is found.
Chacha's foster family would love to keep her as their own, but unfortunately she does not care for swimming which is a must for them.
Chacha has had her first 3 sets of puppy shots, 3 de-wormings, she is spayed and has had her monthly flea/treatment.
She eats healthy, grain free dry puppy food. She also enjoys healthy treats, her favorites are frozen peas and baby carrots. She loves bananas, apples and other Vet approved fresh fruits and veggies. Thanks to her healthy diet, her eyes are sparkling bright and very alert, her fur is so soft and shiny. Chacha is a very healthy and beautiful girl.
Chacha is a very high energy girl and although she is very submissive, she will need someone who can handle a big and strong dog. She will also need a large and secure yard to run off her energy. She is very social, loves everyone and everything she meets. Chacha absolutely loves children but would probably do best with older children. She is a bit too large for younger children and in her excitement, she may accidentally topple them over. She loves the outdoors and would make an excellent companion for active families.
Chacha is crate trained and sleeps through the night, she is also fully housebroken. She is very good with riding in the car and she has been taken out in public several times. She is leash trained but needs to learn some leash etiquette. She is a well behaved lady in public, she drops to the ground and begs for belly rubs when anyone walks by.
She knows and obeys Sit, Out, Down, No, Quiet, Stay, Let's go in the office, Pee-pees, Drop it, Move please, Let's go in the house, Get out of the kitchen, Who wants a cookie, It's bedtime and Daddy's home. She comes running in the house whenever she hears her foster family whistle for her.
Chacha gets along great with all people, all dogs big or small, cats and farm animals, especially goats and turkeys. She wants to be everyone's best friend.
She is an over the top lover and kisser, she loves belly rubs and will always be so happy to greet you with a wagging tail and a big smile. She has been taught not to run through open doors, when she is told "Move please", she will back up and wait for you to enter.
She is also learning to be a wonderful watch dog and obeys the No Unnecessary Barking Rule, Chacha is very quiet and rarely ever barks. She has learned to ignore typical neighborhood noises and barking dogs, she only barks when someone enters her territory.
Chacha is very curious, she sees and investigates everything, nothing gets past this girl.
Chacha loves to play fetch, you throw it, she'll chase it, she also loves tug-of-war. Chacha easily finds many ways to entertain herself.
Don't miss your opportunity to fall in love with Chacha, she will be adopted quickly so don't delay setting up an appointment to meet her.
Many videos have been taken of Chacha and they are posted on an unlisted Youtube playlist with new videos being added almost daily. The videos are unlisted, but anyone with the links can view them. Grab your family and watch the videos to see who may become your newest family member!
Chacha's Youtube video playlist link:
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