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In shelter Dog

Chicago, IL, 60630
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
Do you feel the Bern? We sure do! How can you avoid it when the friendliest, nicest Bernie is here waiting for you?! Bernie is a dollbaby - a 7 year old pittie mix whos a little underweight at 45 pounds (his healthy weight is closer to 50 pounds, meaning hes small even when hes healthy!). Bernie came to CCR from the Chicago city shelter where he had been found stray. Bernie immediately impressed everyone with his easygoing, sweetheart nature, so it wasnt a surprise when he was found to have a chip! Sadly, the microchip information led to a dead end, so Bernie is looking for a new home despite having one in the past. Bernie is just an easygoing, friendly, lovable adult gentleman who loves belly rubs, smooches, love nibbles, and pleasing his people. Since hes a little older than our average adoptable, Bernie has a little extra dose of mellow to offer his new owners - hes not a low energy dog, but hes mature and easy to exercise. A couple walks a day, some play time, and then lots of snoozes is all that Bernie requires! Bernie is good with other dogs, too, and we think hes the right personality to introduce to children and maybe even cats! Hes just a friendly, low maintenance fellow with lots of love to give!

To meet Bernie, please submit an application at!


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