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My name is Chuck!

Pekingese/French Bulldog Mix Dog for adoption in Stone Mountain, Georgia - Chuck
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Atlanta Animal Rescue Friends, Inc.

Facts about Chuck

  • Breed: Pekingese/French Bulldog Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Unknown
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10488629

Chuck is a sweet, funny, lovable boy who adores people, dogs, and children!  He is approximately 1 1/2 - 2 years old and weighs 14 pounds. Given his short face and large expressive eyes, he appears to be a French Bulldog mix.  With his smooched nose, he snorts, snuffles, sneezes, grunts, and snores loudly - quite endearing part of this breed!  Chuck is very affectionate with the two other small dogs in his foster home, as well as his foster humans!!   His favorite moments are playing with toys, especially squeaky ones, and he loves to chew on bully sticks and antlers.  He is happy being on a leash for walks or exploring freely in a fenced backyard, but his most happy moments are spent indoors hanging out in the same room with his human and fur family.  He even likes to watch TV and follows the action on the screen!  This is one very happy and content little guy! 

Chuck needs a special family because he came from a hoarding background.  He was found living in a crate with several other dogs.  Initially, Chuck struggled with house training.  However, with the help of an Atlanta trainer, Chuck is now successfully potty trained!  He is beginning to obey basic obedience commands like COME, SIT, STAY, and LAY DOWN.


Chuck's ideal forever home would include another dog or dogs because having another canine pal(s) would allow him to feel more comfortable in a new setting - he has never lived without fur friends around!   If you would like to get to know this handsome boy, schedule a visit to see if you think that Chuck would be a good match for you!  

About Atlanta Animal Rescue Friends, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

The mission of Atlanta Animal Rescue Friends is to end pet overpopulation. We advocate for lasting and comprehensive change in human attitudes and behavior toward all animals in order to prevent pet homelessness, neglect and abandonment.

Atlanta Animal Rescue Friends seeks to achieve our goals through education, public outreach, rescue and adoption, spay/neuter and advocacy. We do not engage in or support actions that are illegal or violent, are political or partisan in nature, or that run counter to the basic principles of compassion and respect for others.

Atlanta Animal Rescue Friends strives for integrity, fairness and professionalism in pursuit of our mission.
We seek to be inclusive and to develop partnerships with a broad range of community and corporate
partners to further our goals in pursuit of our mission.

Atlanta Animal Rescue Friends does not discriminate with regard to race, ethnicity, color, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, veteran status, national origin, religion or political affiliation in the administration of its programs and activities.

Our Adoption Process...

All AARF dogs have all received their shots, are on heartworm and flea preventative, have been spayed/neutered and microchipped. All AARF pets are fostered in loving foster homes, where they receive love and attention, beginning training and socialization. We have a group of fantastic fosters who help us to create an adoptable and healthy companion for your home.

We don't "sell" dogs here at AARF. But we do ask for a minimum adoption donation to help us cover the cost of all of the vet care the dogs have received. Effective, January 1, 2010, our adoption donation is $225 for dogs. All adoption donations are tax-deductible, and help AARF continue our rescue and adoption program.

All AARF cats have all received their shots, have been FIV/FeLV tested, are on flea and tick preventative and have been microchipped and spayed/neutered. All AARF kitties are fostered in responsible foster homes, where they receive love, attention and socialization. We have a group of fantastic fosters who help us to create an adoptable and healthy companion for your home.

We don't "sell" cats here at AARF. But we do ask for a minimum adoption donation to help us cover the cost of all of the vet care the cats have received. Effective, January 1, 2007, our adoption donation is $150 for cats. All adoption donations are tax-deductible, and help AARF continue our rescue and adoption program.