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Hemi - Chow Chow Rescue of CNY, Spring Hill, FL

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Breed: Chow Chow

Sex: Neutered Male

Age: Adult

Size: Medium

Color: Red

Coat: Long

Vaccinations: Yes

Other Dogs: OK with dogs

Cats: OK with cats

Children: Not suitable for a home with young children

House Trained: Yes

Notes: Hemi is a petite gentleman. He weighs about 38lbs. Do not let his size fool you, he has a big heart. Hemi enjoys relaxing on the couch and being with people. He especially likes men. As he opens up more at his foster house he has started playing, doing zoomies and even barking. For the most part he is a relaxed and quiet Chow. Hemi is dog friendly and is okay with cats, they will need a slow introduction though. Hemi is very protective of his food and water dish while he is at them. His foster parents can pick up the food dish and handle him while eating, but he is aggressive with the dogs when they come near him. They are trying to get him to overcome this issue. However, for this reason we believe he would do best in a house with older/mature children. Recently during Hurricane Irma his foster family had 9 people and a total of 6 dogs in their house. Other than the food dish issue, he did very well. If you would like to give this dog a home click on the Adoption Information link below.

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Date available: 2017-09-21 (Y-M-D) - The dog was known to be available for adoption on this day.

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If you are interested in this dog please read our  Adoption Information

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Chow Chow Rescue of CNY, Spring Hill, FL
Spring Hill, FL 34609
Phone: 315-699-3086
Email: maggie@chowrescuecny.org
Website:  www.chowrescuecny.org
Facebook:  www.facebook.com/ChowChowRescue

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Chow Chow Rescue of Central New York is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 rescue group started in 2001 by Chow enthusiast Cindy Stone. This rescue was formed out of love for this unique breed and is dedicated to finding forever homes for pure-breed Chows Chows.

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