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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Toronto, ON, M5S 2X8
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
1 year old
45 pounds
from Mexico

 This Chachi is a very special dog. He’s a sweet, healthy, young black Labrador retriever mix but he can be very shy and cautious. The rescue volunteers have been working with him but he is still easily frightened by new people and cars. He’s a very kind and friendly dog, he just takes a little longer to be comfortable with new things than some dogs.
Chachi will need a forever home that’s willing to give him time to come out of his shell and adjust to a new home. Chachi has a lot of love to give with a little patience and training to help build up his confidence and he needs people who are willing to give him that opportunity.
Chachi has distinctive good looks with sleek, short black fur with a small white blaze on his chest and tiny white highlights on his toes. The most striking thing about him is that one of his eyes is half brown and half blue. How’s that for eye catching?! He’s a stunningly handsome good boy with a sweet personality.
Chachi is a wonderful passenger in the car. He sits on the seat and then stretches out to enjoy the ride. He visited a his hosts’ home, and he was calm and mild mannered and he was submissive to the small dog there. He has experience sharing a kennel and walks well with other dogs his size. Spending time with other dogs and the volunteers at the shelter has helped him build more confidence.
Chachi is a real treasure. He is eager to get beyond his shyness and find the right person or people to love. He has a mellow personality and he’d fit in well with a calmer household. Even though he’s young in years, he seems mature for his age. It’s probably his thoughtful demeanor that makes him seem more like an adult. Chachi has a very sweet spirit and would be a loving addition to the right forever home.

The adoption fee including vetting and transport overseas is $1100.

This dog needs to be picked up in Toronto.
If you are interested in adopting, please apply here:
Homebound Houndz


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