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My name is Chinuk!

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Dog for adoption in San Francisco, California - Chinuk
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Family Dog Rescue

Facts about Chinuk

  • Breed: Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Unknown
  • Size: Unknown
  • Sex: Unknown
  • ID#: 10582555
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Meet Chinuk!

This adorable terrier mix was found as a stray in Fresno and brought to the high kill shelter. Sadly, nobody adopted Chinuk in time and she was slated for euthanasia. Our rescue partners got to her just in time and we agreed to take this girl in and give her the second chance she deserved!

Chinuk is about 8-12 months old and weighs around 20 pounds. She is the perfect medium size and will fit into any kind of home or lifestyle. Chinuk has a wonderful and even temperament. She does GREAT with other dogs and is very trusting and affectionate with people of all ages. We think Chinuk would do totally fine living with kids, cats, and other dogs. 

Overall, Chinuk is just about the perfect dog. She is happy-go-lucky and sweet. She is fun but not too energetic. She is medium sized and short-haired so taking care of her is easy. And best of all she will be extremely grateful to you once you bring her home and show her what love is!

To meet sweet Chinuk please submit an adoption application on our website!



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About Family Dog Rescue

Our Adoption Process...

We are looking for responsible, warm-hearted people to give our dogs the wonderful homes they deserve. Our adoption process is thorough but fast. We focus on making the best match between you and the right dog. To adopt, you will need to:

1. Complete the Adoption Application.
2. Meet the dog you want to adopt.
3. Show proof that you can have a dog in your home (lease, mortgage, letter from landlord).
4. Sign our Adoption Agreement and pay an Adoption Fee.

Please visit www.ilovefamilydog.org to learn more!