Arf! Arf! My name is ChaChi and as you can see I am blind. It's okay though, my diabetes caused my blindness, but I get around just fine! I weigh 13 pounds and am about 6 years old so I have lots of love left to give. In fact, I am a total lover and snuggling is my favorite thing in the whole world! I need insulin injections twice a day and I am a good boy for my shot. I love my food and dance for treats. My house training is coming along, but I just had a bladder stone removed so my bladder does leak sometimes. This is an easy fix by letting me sport around my fashionable belly band. I am looking for a home that will carry me where I need to go and snuggle me all night long. I am pretty good at steps, but it takes me a few days to realize where everything is, but once I do I can get anywhere I want to go. I can be a little grumpy when other dogs try to invade my snuggle time. I give a little growl and that usually scares those other pesky poms away so I can have you all to myself. Don't you worry though, I will only growl and never go past that point. I do go in my crate willingly to eat or for a treat. I can walk on a leash for you as long as you encourage me with your voice and make sure I don't bump into things. I just want a family that will love me and give me the best life possible. Won't you be my forever family?
To adopt ChaChi, please submit an application at PomPaws.org. His $250 adoption fee ($150 for senior citizens 65+) includes core vaccines (rabies, distemper/parvo, and bordatella) heartworm/lyme test, microchip, blood work, cystotomy, diabetic supplies, dental cleaning, and all the love you can handle.
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