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- Japanese Chin
- Japanese Chin
- Sharpsburg, GA
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
- Good in a home with
- Other dogs, cats.
- Prefers a home without
- Other animals.
Size: 9 pounds
Adoption Fee: $400.
Location: Metro Atlanta, GA
Contact Email: email@example.com
Health: . Great! Neutered, fully vaccinated, heartworm negative and microchipped.
Temperament:. Fitz (located in Metro Atlanta) is a lap dog, great with dogs his size and good with cats! Loves people! He has not been tested with children.
Meet Fitz a new member of JCCare! Fitz came to us from Texas and we do not know much about his early years. He does well on a leash, is crate trained and appears to be completely housebroken. He loves to ride in the car and does not mind a bath or nail trim! As with most Chins, he loves being with his adult people and sleeping in the "big people" bed. He gets along with all his foster brothers and sisters who are dogs his size (including his foster mom's amazing cat). He is a wonderful and loving little guy who wants a happy "furever" family. He is a velcro dog and will follow you everywhere.
My Ideal Home: Fitz' ideal home is located within 3 hours of Atlanta, GA with no children under the age of ten, no large dogs and a fenced in yard is preferred.
Adoption Process: To adopt a Chin from JCCARE, start by filling out the application found on our website at www.japanesechinrescue.org. The application is under the Forms menu.
If you aren’t ready to adopt yet but would like to help this dog, please click on the purple SPONSOR ME button above the name. Your donation will help us to pay for the care of this dog until he/she finds a furever home.
JCCARE also maintains the lives of many senior and special needs Chin in our “Sanctuary” program. These dogs are not listed on petfinder, as their health issues make them unlikely to ever be adopted. If you are a lover of the breed, could you please consider sponsoring one of our seniors? You can find their pictures and stories under OUR CHIN on our web site: www.japanesechinrescue.org