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In shelter Dog

Round Lake, IL, 60073
Pet name:
White / Cream
Meet Dobby! He is a three month old Chiweenie that was saved from a pretty bad hoarding situation. Unfortunately, our sweet boy contracted parvovirus and was declining rapidly. He had to be placed in an emergency hospital in order to save his life. Well guess what?! This baby boy is a fighter! He beat Parvos butt!!! And now he’s looking for a family to call his own! He is super sweet, gives kisses and loves to hang with his canine foster brothers and foster mom wherever they go in the house. He loves to play and get treats. Very food motivated. Dobby has so much love to give to a family. Will you be the one to give him a new chance at life? 

Meet Mick Jagger aka Velcro dog. 
 This sweet Chihuahua boy was rescued from a very bad animal hoarding case. He so desperately craves a home where he can love and be loved in return. He is absolutely in love with his foster mom. Wherever she walks he is right behind her. He loves to sleep in bed with her and curl up on the couch. But he does have the cutest playful side to him as well-he enjoys frolicking around with his canine foster brothers around the yard for a while and then back to foster mom ha ha ha!  He’s honestly the sweetest thing once he realizes you are a nice human that is not going to hurt him. He takes a little to warm up to strangers but offering delicious treats to him during your introduction does help! He just needs someone with lots of love to give and a home where he can feel safe. Are you that family? Message us today for a meet and greet at


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