Chloe   

In shelter Dog

Alton, Illinois, 62002
Breeds:
American Staffordshire Terrier
Colors:
Blue, Silver, Salt & Pepper
Lost or found date:
06/08/2017
Pet name:
Chloe
Gender:
Female
Size:
Large
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Hope Rescues is all volunteer, all visits must be scheduled you may do that by filling out an online application as that is needed for a visit. You can find an application our website. Our adoption fee is $225.00 which includes all vetting.Chloe has had a rough life.  She is a 2 year old American Staffordshire Terrier female, Silver grey in color. Her owner was not responsible and did not teach her any manners at all. She had gotten into trouble for running at large several times because her owner would never leash her, nor did he have a fenced yard to let her out in, so he just let her out.Well you can imagine the havoc she caused being 78 lbs and running at large with no manners.She has been with us now for a couple months and has learned how to walk on leash, sit, shake, along with some other basic manners that she really did need.Now she is a nice dog and understand more how to act around people and not jump all crazy on you.This girl is really pretty in person with the most beautiful color coat and eyes.Just a sweetie in nature that someone just didn't teach well.Please help us make room to save more homeless pets!!! Adopting from Hope Rescues saves the life of two.. the one you adopt and the one your adoption makes room for. We are a Rescue which means we physically go and save lives. Hope pulls animals on their last day of life from animal control facilities that still use the inhumane gas chamber to put to death homeless pets. Please visit our website at www.hoperescues.com

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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