3 Dec 2013

Chucky – Adopted!

Chucky home

UPDATE: We’re very happy to share that Chucky now Porter has found his loving forever home! Chucky is now getting lots of love from his new home and we couldn’t be happier! Enjoy your life Chucky!

“Hey Melody! We’re definitely keeping him! He’s doing great! Still about 95% potty trained but he’s able to stay at home alone for a few hours, doesn’t tear up everything, and is very, very smart. He is for sure home to stay. -Evan”

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ChuckyName: Chucky
Age: 2.5 month old
Gender: Male
Breed: Lab/Collie mix
Weight: 6lbs
Dogs: Good with dogs
Cats: Ok with cats
Kids: Great with kids
Housebroken: Puppy pad trained
Crate trained: Yes
Leash: n/a

Brief Bio: My name is Chucky. I am a super sweet and playful puppy. I love to be with people, play well with other dogs, and great with young children. I am doing really well in my foster home where I get to live with two other happy puppies, Criss and Crissy.

I was abandoned in a box in front of a vet late at night. I am a super smart boy as I can hear and smell nice doggies inside the vet and so I stayed and slept on the mat in front of the vet. The next morning when the vet came, the vet was very surprised and kind of upset as he doesn’t know what to do with me. The vet just left me outside. Before opening, the vet let his dogs out to do their business on the street. I quickly went and greeted all the big dogs and followed them everywhere even crossing the street to do my business across the street. At just 2 months old, I was able to cross the street by myself. I invited myself inside the vet with all the vet’s dogs. The vet was too busy and just left me alone although I know he was thinking of sending me to the high kill shelter.

My foster mom happened to be at the vet and witnessed me crossing the street and asked the vet about me. The vet told her that I just got abandoned and they can’t let me stay and will send me away later that day. My foster mom was very worried and didn’t want to see me die. Her home is full of rescued dogs waiting for homes but she didn’t have the heart to leave me behind. Without a second thought, she took me to her car full of dogs. I rode along and was happily cuddling with all the big dogs.

I adjusted the moment I got to my foster home and love everyone and all the dogs. I am a happy go lucky little guy! I am ready to go where ever my fate takes me. Please give me a home and a chance to live. I promise I will be forever grateful!

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