Chatsworth is a young, healthy neutered Dal boy, about 3-4 years old, and very sweet. Being young, he is active and friendly. He plays well in the yard with a favorite girlfriend and doesn't pay any attention to the cats in his foster home.

He came from a "semi-hoarder" who realized she had reached the point where she couldn't feed and properly take care of her dogs, so she turned him over to our rescue. He started out very shy and scared, but quickly responded to a new environment and some TLC.

Chatsworth is perfectly crate-trained and willingly goes in when you open the door. He hasn't had much experience on a leash, but his foster mom is working with him on that. So far, he's doing fine. Chatsworth loves dog biscuits and treats, and really enjoys being brushed. He loves to play with people and other dogs, and is fascinated by the local deer when they come up the hill to his fenced yard. He is very eager to please, and could probably learn almost anything with a patient person to show him.

If you can provide a good home for this cheerful, affectionate dog (and continue with his obedience training) we hope you will apply for Chatsworth.


Email Jackie Threatte at for more information.

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