Listed January 19, 2017
Age: 3 yrs.
Weight: 47 lbs
Adult Size: 26-60 lbs.
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Chettie has been on a break from the shelter, delighting in the opportunity to live in a home and simply be a dog. He has been a sweet and gentle companion, a mature dog, he has short bursts of energy, loves his daily walks, but also a preference for lounging, softly playing with toys, and napping. He is calm and quiet, completely house trained, rides nicely in the car, and has quickly adapted to sleeping in a crate. His foster situation is only temporary and the shelter is full, so he needs to find a home very soon. Please use the Message tab to ask to meet Chettie - he'll even show you his head tilt, so quirky and cute!
With his soulful eyes and quiet curiosity, Chettie gives off a vibe that is almost deer-like. He’ll make a lovely and gentle walking companion, happy to travel in whichever direction his person is heading. In playgroup, too, he’s perfectly gentlemanly, joining in the fun with his fellow canines. Chettie, however, has become a bit stressed in his kennel and sometimes reacts to other dogs strolling by. He’d love a human who can keep working with him to maintain his cool when an unexpected pup happens onto the scene. Looking for a tender-hearted cutie who just wants to please? Come meet Chettie today.
Age: 3 years (as of June 2016)
Breed: San Francisco Nice-a-Roni
Weight: 47 lbs
Date Available: June 9, 2016
Ask for A038636
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Adoption Fee Details
60/6/60 Adoption Program
Partnering Senior Animals with Senior Friends -- If you are 60 or older and adopt an animal who is 6 or older, you'll get 60% off the adoption fee!
Adoption Criteria (Non Bully Breeds):
In order to qualify as an adopter, you must bring proof of home ownership or your rental contract showing you are allowed to have pets before the adoption can be completed. If you're coming to adopt a new family or household pet, please bring your family members or other members of the household with you to the shelter -- including any other dogs in the family. We want to make sure your new dog is a good fit for both 2-leggers and 4-leggers alike.
Once the adoption papers have been completed, your new cat or dog will be transported to a vet by the Animal Shelter. You can pick up your new pet at the veterinarian. The cost for this procedure is included in the adoption price.
All cats and dogs adopted from the shelter will be neutered or spayed before going home as your new pet.
For information about low-cost veterinary clinics and our Low Cost Spay & Neuter Voucher Program program, please call the shelter at (510) 981-6600.