** FOSTER OR FOSTER TO ADOPT ONLY 5/23/19 At this point we are searching for a foster. While Cheech could be adopted someone needs to be dedicated to his needs and willing to work with a trainer. Please email us with any questions or concerns about him and we will answer your questions. our email email@example.com
Cheech is a beautiful mixed breed with a story that will melt your heart. He is 5yrs old, Neutered, UTD and Microchipped. He weighs 46 lbs and isn't a large dog. He is suited for home or condo living. He is house trained, leash trained and knows a few commands. We are looking for a foster/adopter for him and are willing to consider a foster to adopt.
Cheech was surrendered thru our homeless program. Being homeless is hard on humans but its even harder on some of these dogs and Cheech bares the emotional scars of what he has been thru. Make no mistake he is a good boy that just needs a forever home. Please do not apply for him if your not committed to understanding his needs.Due to his previous life we are seeking a adult only home. Cheech would love to go for walks, hiking, camping, swimming and then go home and snuggle. He is good in the car. He needs an adult only home with no other pets or children.
Cheech's adoption fee is $325
Often with rescue surrenders we are not told much about the dogs we take in and we want you to understand that they may have issues that we are unaware of. We do our very best to ensure we are placing them in homes they will fit in. They maybe afraid, not potty trained, or leash trained, may need time to adjust, give cuddles etc but one thing we know is that they are needing a home in which they can feel safe and loved and in return they will do the same.
If interested in adopting or fostering please message us firstname.lastname@example.org
Seattle Dogs/Seattle Dogs Homeless Program is a 501c3 that helps both homeless and surrendered dogs find loving homes. Adoption fees go to support vetting and anything left over transfers to another pet in need.
It's important to us to find the right fit for the dog we've been entrusted with and all steps must be completed in order to do what's best for each dog.