Meet Mila! She is between 3-5 years old. Great with people however would do best in a home with no other pets. She is updated on all of her shots as well as being spayed and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $200. Mila is currently being fostered in Mishawaka, IN. If you are interested in meeting Mila, please contact Linda @ Linda@LindasCampK9.com or call 574-298-1676.
Doc is still waiting for his forever home! He is a very energetic boy who loves to run and play with toys in the yard. He will do best in a home without cats. Doc is about 70lbs but doesn't know it. He loves to sit on the couch with you.
Doc is a 2 yr old Chow who was surrendered to a Northern Wisconsin Animal shelter due to neglect. He came in thin, filthy and severely matted. After a trip to the groomer, he looks better than ever! Doc is neutered, UTD on his shots, and heartworm negative. Doc loves people and is currently residing in Reedsburg with Wisconsin Chow Rescue. Please email me at email@example.com for an application if you would like to give Doc that forever home.
Comet is a gorgeous Chow Chow mix with a beautiful red coat. He’s a sweet dog who loves affection once he knows you. But Comet’s super power is that he loves to play. This boy is as energetic and playful as a puppy. His favorite sports are frisbee and soccer, but he likes a good tennis ball too. If you can’t play with him, he’ll throw the ball to entertain himself or pick up a stuffed animal, shake it in his mouth, and drag it around. He’s so cute! Comet is the perfect dog to play fetch in the backyard. Comet is potty-trained, though he might need a few reminders when he’s first adopted. He’s also great on a leash and easy to walk. He is usually friendly to other dogs and ignores cats—he might even be a little afraid of cats. Chow Chows are generally not good with kids. Comet would be perfect in an adult-only home. Oh, and Comet has one more talent too! He’s bilingual and knows commands in English and Spanish! Come to the shelter and meet Comet today. For further information, please contact
Houston Pets Alive!
Hello world, my name is Leif. I am as fuzzy and soft as a teddy bear and would love to snuggle up to you! I am sweet, loving, playful and intelligent (that's the whole package). Please go to www.soca-fbc.org right now and apply for me!
Chow Chow / Mixed (medium coat)
Medium Baby Male
More about Leif
Hello world, my name is Woody. I am as fuzzy and soft as a teddy bear and would love to snuggle up to you! I am sweet, loving, playful and intelligent (that's the whole package).
Please go to www.soca-fbc.org right now and apply for me!!!
Chow Chow / Mixed (medium coat)
Medium Baby Male
More about Woody
Rowdy is a typical chow! He can be stubborn at times but is very friendly with with people, very playful. He can play well with a lot of dogs, some dogs he cannot. He has anxiety in a crate unfortunately but is house trained and is in a foster home with other dogs and children. He does not like cats, loses his mind around them in fact. He is all around a happy dog, but needs a particular setting and home. He is 11 months old & has been fully vetted. He is currently located in Skiatook, Oklahoma.
For more information on Rowdy, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet Jasper and Amethyst!
Our best guess is they are Shiba/Chow mixes, but could have shepherd? Whatever they are, they are shiba-ish and cute as all get out!
After being in our foster program for a few weeks, we really feel as though they should stay together as they get along so well and can match each other’s energy. They are super happy and confident even at the vet, because more friends!! They get along with the other dogs in the house and they definitely still have a lot of puppy energy at 1.5 years and LOVE to play and wrestle. Because they have one another, they have been leaving the older, less energetically playful dogs alone, and the one in their foster home that matches with them has fun with new wrestle buddies. NO apartments and NO cats or small dogs. They are loud and have a high prey drive. Smaller children not recommended in their forever home as they are quite boisterous and opportunistic escapists, but have met young kids and just wanted to love on them, so young guests ok.
They walk well on the leash, know their crates, like treats and know sit. They were surrendered due to noise complaints, so very understanding neighbors or homes where you don’t live on top of each other are preferred. They do make noise when they play, hear someone outside (alert!) and have howled.
And while we normally aren’t big advocates of dog parks, these ladies do swimmingly well at them, especially as a good way to get their zoomies out.
Are you in the market for two super fun girlies? They weigh 38 and 32 lbs, are a year and a half old, and already know sit, lie down, and shake! They just want to have fun and snuggle and give kisses.