Labrador Retriever, American Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
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*****COURTESY POST****** Hello, my name is Chino and I am a 3.5 year old, average energy Labrador/Pit Bull/(possibly Chow mix) looking for my forever home. I have participated in a three week obedience training program, and know my basic commands. Playing fetch is one of my favorite things to do, as is swimming in a pool. I am a SUPER AFFECTIONATE pup, and love to spend quality time with my favorite humans. I love to just lounge and be part of the family. I had that once awhile ago, but now I wait in hope that someone will love me again. I have so much joy. I'm a thick boy with the hugest hug to fill your arms. I could be the greatest cuddle buddy and superstar Netflix series watcher. I could be so many things if I could find my right humans. I've been given a great chance to find a home since I live with my trainer and have been taught many things. I'm used to being around a lot of dogs since I see them, but I will be happy in a home where it can be just me and my people who love me.  And cats, well, sometimes dogs and cats don't mix so well, and they are just play things to me, so not my best fit. The best place for me would be either in a single home, where I can spoil my human with love, or in a family with older kids that can play with me. I am housebroken, neutered and up to date on shots. I also come microchipped. If you want to come and meet me, contact Illya and Johanna at Topline K9 Services by email at or by phone  951-780 0780 .  


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