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In shelter Dog

Chicago, IL, 60631
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I’m the biggest love bug in the group. I love, love, LOVE to give you a good lean so you can hold me up and rub my belly.
I really hope my new fur-mom or fur-dad spends ample time as a couch potato because I’m a big sofa snuggler ready for some binge watching. 

Welcome the Alphabet litter all ready to go to their forever homes! In June MARS was contacted about a pregnant Akita that was found stray. We committed to take her as soon as her stray hold was up. A couple days later she had her 10 pups, 9 males and 1 female. We moved her to our puppy foster home and they have been growing up healthy and happy. They are 15 week old Akita mixes with mom Akita and dad Mountain Cur. They will be big dogs and big personalities. Just need large dog experience. Adoption fee is $400 with $100 returned upon proof of neuter.

Available for adoption. 

 Interested in adoption fill out our adoption application on our website


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