Breeds:
Jack Russell Terrier
Colors:
Lost or found date:
07/15/2021
Pet name:
Chong
Gender:
Male
Size:
Small
Age:
Adult
Description:
Chong is such a sneaky boy. He will crawl up to you and sneak into your lap. Then he'll sneak your kisses, and give you his. This cuddly boy is so gentle and sweet. Now in foster care, he's getting along beautifully with their 2- and 7-year-old kids, seeking them out and curling up in their laps, and he's happy to get their gentle pets and hugs. He's also having fun playing with their 2-year-old dog, and he even cuddles up with their cat and gives her kisses. This quiet lap dog is a very laid-back couch potato who very gently seeks attention and love. He quickly goes up to new people he meets and tries to snuggle in their laps. And he gets along great with all dogs, big and small. He's on distemper watch because he came from a shelter with an outbreak of a viral infection, he's having to stay cooped up temporarily, so hasn't been able to go on long walks or adventures. He's likely to love those when he can. He has done some leash walking and is a little hesitant, but walks well with some coaxing. At home, he's having fun chewing bones, and he understands "sit" and "stay." He's working on his house-training, which will progress after he's neutered. He's quiet and relaxed in his crate, feeling safe and doing well there when his fosters are away. But he doesn't spend the night there, he sleeps with his fosters and is very comforting and cozy. Chong is an easygoing boy who will do well in most homes. As he goes off distemper watch, he may become more active and need to be kept busier. He should love a doggie playmate, but may do well as the only pet. Come meet him, he'd love to snuggle!

Location


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