Chuck Syd from Mexico   

In shelter Dog

Seattle, King County, Washington, Uni...
Breeds:
Pharaoh Hound, Mixed
Colors:
Lost or found date:
07/08/2021
Pet name:
Chuck Syd from Mexico
Gender:
Male
Age:
Young
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Click the button to download the adoption application. The application is a form-fillable pdf. Fill out the form, save it to your hard drive, then email back to sian@gingerspetrescue.org My name is Chuck Syd From Mexico and I am a wonderful 10-12 month old male Pharaoh Hound Mix (?).  I am 30 lbs., a sweet, loving, fun and playful dog.  I am a very happy dog and so excited to find my forever home soon.  Mexico is so overloaded with dogs roaming all over the streets with no food, love or care.  I am so lucky to get a one way ticket to come to Seattle to find a new forever home!  Take me on car rides, walks in the park and I will become your very best friend.  I get along well with people of all ages, gentle kids, other dogs but have not been around cats before.  I will do best in a home with a loving family that can give me lots of exercise, love and affection!  Our pet rescue dog trainer would be happy to come to your home and help train with your new dog for only $75 and this is highly recommended. My adoption fee of $895. covers Spay/Neuter, DA2PP shots, Rabies, Bordatella, Deworm, Heart Worm Test, Grooming, Microchip, Boarding Fees, Health Certificate, and transport cost from MEXICO to SEA TTLE.  The adoption fee is firm and helps cover the medical expenses of our other rescue dogs in need.  Donations are always appreciated to help us pay down our vet bills at Greenwood Vet.  Ginger's Pet Rescue is a non profit 501 C 3.  If you are interested, please contact Sian at 206-698-8800.

Location


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