I'm being cared for by: Merlin's Hope Chow Pei Rescue
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Echo
Breed: Chow Chow
Color: White - With Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, not good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, not good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Happy boy Echo is a cream colored rough coat neutered male chow chow approximately 2.5 years old. His cute smiling face with his little red ears and sweet personality win everyone's hearts the moment they meet him. The staff at the shelter enjoyed his company and taught them that chows can be lovely gentle dogs. While he was there, they took excellent care of him, handled him, groomed him and gave him special attention. He soon became the shelter's greeter and temporary resident dog. Since he's come into rescue, Echo has met several dogs large and small at the off leash park and been fantastic with all he meets including their owners. Echo has terrific recall and all around good manners. He takes treats gently, plays with toys and loves car rides. He's got basic training down pat. So far this beautiful boy has proven to be as lovely as he looks....It is important to know, Echo is in rescue because he bit someone. We have socialized him and determined he's absolutely adoptable...however like most dogs, will bite if provoked. Echo did well on his transport offering kiss's, a smiling face and wagging tail. He's super affectionate and absolutely respectful of corrections. Echo will make a super companion to his new person as he bonds very quickly, has proven he listens well and loves to be near his people. Our mission is to find him a home worthy of how awesome this boy is. He needs love, exercise and in return, he'll protect you, obey you and cuddle with you and be a loyal companion.
Please note: Our rescue does not condone or sugar coat "bad behavior" To the best of our ability we do not jeopardize the safety of a potential adopter, foster or any family pet including our own. For more information on this and any questions, please visit our web site at
www.merlinshope.com . There you will learn more about who we are and what we do. You will also find the application procedures, fees, and form to download and submit.
Contact: Debbie Location: Mississauga
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Merlin’s Hope is a small chow chow/shar-pei rescue serving Eastern Canada including areas of Toronto, Kingston, Ottawa, Montreal, & Halifax. We are dedicated to saving, rehabilitating and re-homing chow chows and Chinese Shar-Pei with emphasis placed on blind,handicapped or death-row dogs as our priority.
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All potential adopters must complete our adoption form to be eligible for a home visit.
During this home visit, we will try as much as possible to bring the dog you are interested in with us, so that we can all see how everyone will interact and get along, and to make sure the "chemistry" is right.
Our Adoption Fee is $400.00. All of our candidates are: - spayed/neutered - up to date on all shots - de-wormed when necessary - breed specific ailments repaired ( entropian, pallets, cruiciate ligaments, etc) - given a full temperament and character assessment by qualified personnel - started basic obedience
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