My name is Henry!

Spitz (Unknown Type, Small) Dog for adoption in Elmhurst, Illinois - Henry
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Chicagoland Eskie Rescue

Facts about Henry

  • Breed: Spitz (Unknown Type, Small)
  • Color: White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
Henry is a small male Japanese Spitz, brought to Chicagoland from South Korea. Henry is the sweetest little boy, and so cute! Henry came into rescue with a matted coat and sore skin, he was shaved down and skin was treated with medicated baths. His fur is now growing back in and his skin is healthy. He will have a gorgeous coat! Henry is also a little shy at first, he takes his time coming to new people, but no aggression, just a little hesitation. Once he warms up, he is affectionate and seeks attention. Henry is neutered, fully vaccinated , microchipped and on heartworm/flea/tick prevention meds.

If you are interested in adopting Henry, please send an email to:

About Chicagoland Eskie Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Chicagoland Eskie Rescue, a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization was started in January 2008. We specialize in the rescue and re-homing of the American Eskimo Dog. This came about because of the love of the breed. We feel that we know this breed as well as we can. The Founder of Chicagoland Eskie Rescue has been in rescue for 15 years specializing in this breed.

All of our rescues are fostered in private homes.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We attend various adoption events primarily in the Chicagoland area. There are no set dates.

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption Fees range from $300 to $400, dependent on age. We require an application to be filled out, followed by a home check, reference check, vet check. All pets in the applicant home must be up to date on their shots, on a Heartworm and Flea/Tick preventative and spayed/neutered.

Our rescue are all up to date on their shots, on Heartgard and Frontline Plus (or equivalent) and are fixed. They come with a new leash & collar and our micro-chipped to the rescue.