Chase is a 6 year old Pug/Chihuahua (or Pom?) mix. He came to us when his family lost their home; he had lived with 2 large dogs. In his foster home, he lives with several small dogs. They play together, share toys, and all sit side-by-side to take treats. He has not lived with children or with cats, but his former family said that he was OK with both.
Chase LOVES to play! He loves toys! He loves walks! He loves meeting new people! Yeah, pretty much he just loves life!
He is house trained and crate trained. He usually sleeps in his crate at night. Chase is guaranteed to promptly notify you if there is anyone at the door.
His foster mom describes him as “sweet as pie” and says this happy little fellow is just adorable and listens very well.
Chase is, of course, neutered an up to date on vaccines and so very ready for a forever, responsible, loving home.
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