I am ready to fill your life with some "Chevy Love and Smiles"!
Hi everybody! My name is Chevy and I was found lying in the middle of a busy road after being hit by a car. I was terrified and thought that it was the end for me. However, this nice lady found me and despite being scared and in pain, I allowed her to pick me up and take me to the vet, where I received all medical care I needed.
Today, I am the happiest boy! I really, really like everyone that I meet. My foster parents tell me that I am now all healed up and ready for forever home. I don't know what "forever home" means? I am only assuming something super nice because my foster parents are awesome and they want what's best for me. What I absolutely LOVE the most, in the whole world, are cuddles and to give kisses. I like to run in the backyard and play with sticks but I think that the best place for me is next to my human.. or on my human's lap, cuddling. I think that car rides are great too - I even went on a road trip and it was so much fun!
If you have some fur kids already, I know I will be friends with them. I like other dogs because they play with me and play time is so much fun!
So how about meeting me? Here is how you do it. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on me and adoption information. My adoption fee is $200 and before everything is finalized, I will come to your home for a little visit - to meet you and your family in your own environment! I have been spayed, vaccinated and microchipped.
Are you ready for life full of "Chevy Love and Smiles"? I promise to brighten up your every day!
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