A Courtesy Post Chichi   

In shelter Dog

Town of Greenburgh, New York, 10523
Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
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A Courtesy Post Chichi
This is a courtesy post and Chichi is not in the care of Paws Crossed. If you are interested please contact the owner directly.Chichi is a 2 year-old pit mix that will light up your days! Chichi is the light of the party. She's very high energy, loves to give kisses and to snuggle with you. Chichi was adopted from ACC in June of this year and has been a work in progress in terms of training. She arrived at home not wanting people to touch her much, so it was very hard to even put the harness on her. Right now Chichi is the sweetest dog at home! She loves pets, cuddles and she lets you put her harness on before a walk like a champ. She has been living with my cat without any trouble. It was hard at the beginning but after a while she stopped chasing her completely, and now even when my cat runs around like crazy Chichi doesn't care about it. She likes to be a couch potato and when she wakes up, tug-of-war is her favorite game, along with me chasing her to get her toy.Chichi knows sit, stay, down, up, look at me and touch. She's really a fast learner! Because Chichi is reactive to other dogs and can get too excited with some strangers in specific settings, her ideal adopter would have previous experience with big dogs and live in a calm area.If you are interested in meeting Chichi contact Diana Guerra at:  dianaguerra14@gmail.com


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