November 28, 2014

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Critter Chronicles: Chief

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Chief was originally rescued from the Lorain County Dog Kennel found as a stray.  He has lived in a home for the past two months but is a bit too interested in the cats in the home.  Other than the cat issue, his people tell me he is the perfect dog.  Chief is housetrained, can be left with the run of the house while you work and is low maintenance.  He will need a daily walk for exercise and we would love a fenced in yard for him.  He also rides great in the car.  Chief is good with other dogs and has been friendly with everyone he has met.  Children should be 10 and up and respectful.  I do believe he can live with cats with some further work.  They really don’t get much more easier than this guy.  He is well behaved and super friendly.  Putting Chief back in a kennel is not fair to him, let’s find him his home.

BREED/DESCRIPTION:
German Shepherd Mix
SEX: Male
NEUTERED/SPAYED: Yes, neutered; shots current
AGE:  7-8 years old
SIZE:  Large, 72 pounds
ADOPTION FEE: $100
ORGANIZATION:  Hartman’s Hounds
LOCATION:  Amherst
CONTACT:  Peggy at (440) 984-7014 or (440) 452-1619

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