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CHILI - ID#A615917

My name is Chili and I am a neutered male, black and white Pit Bull Terrier mix.

The shelter staff think I am about 2 years and 5 months old.

I weigh 48.50 lbs.

I have been at the shelter since Jan 17, 2021.

This information is 5 hours old.
Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:


Sugar, spice, and everything nice! If you are looking for a canine companion that is ready for adventure and excitement, then look no further. Meet one of the hottest Chili. Chili is super affectionate, an expert snuggle bug, curious, exuberant, silly, and playful boy. He is the definition of a pocket pittie with one of the most mesmerizing and cutest head tilts! He is looking for an active home that can set a good exercise schedule for him that include a good game of fetch and tug with rope toys! Chili tends to get a bit overly excited in the middle of playtime and can be a bit mouthy with love nibbles. However, his attention can easily be redirected with treats and other toys. As cute and cuddly he can be, he prefers to shine as the only pet in your home. He would love to be a part of a home with adults and older kids, 8 years old and up, due to his mouthiness and some competitiveness with food and food toys. Please share and help Chili find his new home!

Chili has been in foster care; this is what his foster dad had to share about him:
"Sweet boy that just wants snuggles and play. Potty training is in the works, but constant attention is needed so he does not go inside the house. He does great in cars, walks and on bike rides. Lots of love to give. He gets a little mouthy while petting but can be easily distracted by toys and things to chew on. He gets very excited around other people and dogs but is very gentle and kind. Separation anxiety is a potential concern hopefully crate training will help."

***Behavior may change once in a stable home environment. This is a summary of behaviors noticed and tested for during the animals stay at the shelter. ***

For more information about this animal, visit:
City of Sacramento Animal Care Services
Ask for information about animal ID number: A615917