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In shelter Dog

Seattle, WA, 98165
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Animal Profile: Chevy is a 1-year-2-month-old, 55 lb Shepherd Husky mix who was surrendered to rescue by a family who didnt like that he dug holes in the yard (when they left him outside unattended for long periods of time). Sigh. Its their loss because Chevy is a wonderful boy and we have the pleasure of finding him a family who will include him in their lives.

Foster Update: Chevy is a total goofball and a joy to be around. He is very enthusiastic when he plays with our two dogs, but also understands how to settle down when we are all relaxing. He is house trained and crate trained; he prefers to be close to his people but has no problem in a crate when we leave the house. He also sleeps through the night in the crate no problem and self elects to nap in there at times during the day. Chevy really enjoys going for walks with our dogs and is good for morning jogs as well. Hes pretty good on leash but can be distracted/pull when he sees dogs he wants to greet, and of course, squirrels. He is a young and energetic dog who will do best with an active owner with a roomy, fenced yard. Chevy gets along great with the dogs in the home and would do well with other balanced dogs or as the only dog. He has not been tested with cats.

Adopter Profile:

Other dogs OK
Fenced yard required
Cats unknown (can be tested upon request)
Dog savvy kids OK

Adoption Info: Chevys adoption fee is $550 which includes his neuter, core vaccinations and microchipping. Adoption fee may be tax deductible as DGS is a 501c3 organization.

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Animal History: Chevy was surrendered by his owner for digging in the yard. He has been in foster care since May 1 2022 and is available for adoption in the greater Seattle area.


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