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- Japanese Chin Mix
- Japanese Chin Mix
- Arlington, VA
- White / Cream , Black
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Meet Mindy Chin
If you are interested in adopting this dog, please fill out our dog adoption questionnaire and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Breed Estimate: Japanese Chin mix
Approximate weight: 10 lbs
Approximate age: 8 years
Location: Foster home
Coat Type: Medium - requires some grooming
Mindy Chin is a darling girl. She was surrendered by her owner to a high-kill shelter and the owner told the shelter to euthanize her. The shelter thought she was a great little girl and sent her to rescue instead.
This is a wonderful girl who would make anyone happy. She would like to find someone to love her always. Mindy Chin lives with many dogs of all sizes and gets along with everyone. She gets very excited when it is meal time and will give you reminder barks if she thinks you are moving to slow in preparing her meals. She rides well in the car and is a great travel buddy.
Wouldn't you like to give sweet, little Mindy Chin the loving home she deserves? She will repay your kindness with funny kisses, furry snuggles, and fuzzy love! Please apply to adopt Mindy Chin today.
The adoption fee for this dog is $275, which helps with the cost of routine vet care. This fee INCLUDES spay/neuter. Our adult animal fees range and are based on: fees we pay to shelters, vetting costs, transport costs, and boarding costs. Some animals cost more than others to rescue, so that is why our fees range from $275-$350.
Be sure to ask us about getting a free 30-minute phone consult with a professional dog trainer within the first 30 days of adopting - just for HT adopters. Start your new dog out on the right foot with this valuable, expert advice and guidance FREE!
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You can save animals like this one by becoming a foster! Fosters are like way stations between high kill shelters and forever homes. We need fosters so that we can save dogs before they are euthanized at the shelters. If you are interested in becoming a foster, please check out our information about fostering.
Thank you for contacting Homeward Trails Animal Rescue and helping to save a life!