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In shelter Dog

Ramona, California, 92065
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Meet Chili! 

Chili was brought into Upland Shelter as a stray, wasn't claimed, and then became a Frosted Face! He is approximately 12 years and weighs 10 lbs. 

Chili has the softest underbelly and melts against your chest when you hold him. He also loves to bask in the sun. Chili is great in the car and would be a fun road trip dog.

Chili is a popular guy at Frosted Faces and has been on many outings with volunteers, including to local parks and wineries, to the bay for rollerblading and dinner, and on our weekly Frosted Faker hikes. He earns rave reviews each and every time for being a delightful companion! Chili loves going on walks, sniffing, rolling in the grass, and snuggling during breaks.


Do you have an empty lap that Chili could sit on? He would love a quiet forever home and promises to show his gratitude by being your devoted best friend.


Chili lives onsite at Frosted Faces Foundation. Stop in and meet him during Open House! 

Visit us at Open House: Saturdays & Sundays, 10 am - 1 pm.   

Learn more about our programs at No adoption fees, and we help with medical costs! 

Apply to become Chili's family: 


Updated: 7/8/21 KG


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