Arf! Arf! My name is ChaChi. I once was blind, but these nice people had my cataracts removed so now I can see again. I weigh 12 pounds and am about 7 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 do have diabetes, but please don't be scared as it is completely manageable and I am well regulated. I need insulin injections twice a day and I am a good boy for my shot. I love my food and even 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 snuggle me all night long and give me lots of rubs. I can be a little vocal when other dogs try to invade my snuggle time. I sometimes 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 walk like a professional on a leash and even like riding in the car. I just want a family that will love me and give me the best life possible. Won't you be my forever family?
We will teach you everything there is to know about maintaining ChaChi's diabetes. 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, cataract removal, dental cleaning, and all the love you can handle.
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