already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Chloe Lily's Info...
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Chloe Lily's Story...
Chloe Lily's Story...
I'm one of the Lily Transport!
In 2014 Joyful Rescues returned from Tennessee with a little dog they called Fuzzy. One look at her photo and we knew she was 'the one'. Every day with this happy pup, now named Lily, reminds us of the tremendous gift Joyful Rescues gave us by saving her life. So we dedicate this transport to Lily so that she, along with us, can 'pay it forward' giving more beautiful animals a chance at a happy life. Sincerely The Artful Gardener (727 Mt. Hope Ave., Rochester, NY)
Chloe was born about June 18, 2014 and will probably top out in the 85 lb. range, but perhaps more as she matures. She is FLUFFY!! Don't like dog fur on your clothes or fur bunnies under your furniture? Well, then this girl isn't for you. She's been very sweet with all of us and she's been wonderful with the other dogs, even small dogs. She is also good with cats. Chloe is a lucky girl we had just one more crate that fit her perfectly! Update: Chloe did find a home for 4 months, but they couldn't keep her from jumping a 4' chain link fence so she is back. We have not had a problem with our 5' livestock wire nor the 6' chain link, she seems perfectly happy. She is good with cats and was fine with the infant child and toddler. Chloe is fine in the car. She is extremely human motivated and thinks she should be a lap dog. She pulls on leash and should probably have a gentle leader type/harness devise to help with this issue. Apparently she also jumped on the counter...not sure of circumstances, but it's possible she has not been in a house much in her past life. She will need a crate when left alone and probably a sturdy one, she's a big girl! Chloe has growled at a few men on introduction, guessing that comes from her past life too. She has never offered to bite so if this behavior is treated properly (you should probably take her to a good training class) it should diminish with time and trust of one man after another man after another. The Adoption Fee for this dog is $250.00.
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