Basic Info: Very smart, loving, playful(but not overly playful) chow chow. He is not aggressive or destructive. Loves to have his outside play time.
Name, Teddy Breed, Chow Chow Age, 4 year,
Weight, Under 50lb. Approximately 44lb
Good with kids: Yes, no aggressive observations with kids, likes to play with them, will let kids pet him Good with other dogs, Yes has had good amount of interaction with other dogs while outside Good with cats, Have not observed with cats. House broken, Yes. He is trained to go on dog pads, however his aim is slightly off sometimes so I recommend taking him outside. He has always been allowed to roam the house, does not get into things/tear up belongings. Good on leash, Has not been trained to walk beside us, he walks ahead. Any story that would attract people There was a day that I was really upset and I was sitting on the couch crying and Teddy immediately came in and started whining. There were lots of tv cords blocking his path at the time which he was always afraid and hesitant of. He looked back and forth at the cords and I could tell he was really trying to run to me but was scared of the cards. Before I knew it Teddy somehow flew up and down and over the cords and jumped on the couch beside me and just kept licking my face to comfort me. That showed me he is a loving dog to put his fears aside to comfort me. My most touching memory. Teddy was also my daughters first word
His adoption fee is $ 350 which includes all his vaccines, heartworm test, neuter and micro chip.
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