A dog a day keeps the doctor away. Fuji and Granny are available for adoption from Chicago Canine Rescue, Tuesday October 4, 9:05AM CDT with out monthly adopt-a-dog segment with Steve Cochran on WGN radio listen at 720AM or HERE.
Both these dogs are from a hoarding situation. Fuji may be seven or eight-years old, Granny is a year or so older. Both are quite outgoing, especially for having come from a hoarding situation, and love to go for walks, sit in laps, and give and receive affection. Both are going to have some dental work before adoption, which is commonly needed for small senior dogs, particularly if they’ve received little care in the past. They’re both perhaps Chihuahua mixes and/or Chihuahua/Dachshund-mixes.
Anna Johnson of Chicago Canine Rescue calls them “dolls.” They’re great buddies so adopting them as a pair would be idea!
Also, Saturday October 22 is the 13th Annual Mutt Strut : Election Edition is NOW OPEN! Saturday, October 22nd is the annual dog-friendly block party and walk through Wrigleyville – it’s the shelter’s most important event.
CLICK HERE to sign up for Mutt Strut, which I will again emcee. You might also start a team, or join your favorite Paw-litical party and help Chicago Canine Rescue raise life-saving funds for the pups! And indeed the funds are truly needed to save lives.