I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Chestnut was found at a warehouse in the Inland Empire. The guys working there were throwing things at him and trying to get him to leave. One of the guys couldn't stand it, so he took him home with him. His wife said that he could only stay with them for a couple of days, so a neighbor is now fostering him until a wonderful home can be found for him. He is a fabulous dog, very gentle, and absolutely loves children! He will need some training for basic obedience. Not sure he would be good with cats. He's getting much better, but I still would be a bit aprehensive about him living with one. Seems a little too "prey-driven" with small animals. Would probably do great with someone who either works at home or can bring their dog to work with them (which he has been getting very used to doing!). Not at all food aggressive.
If you are seriously interested in adopting Chestnut, please contact Sharon either by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone: 626/676-7648, so that you can fill out an application. The adoption donation is $200.00.