|ZAFE* - ID#A740535|
Not Available for Foster
My name is ZAFE*.
I am a neutered male, black and brown Rottweiler and Chow Chow.
I weigh approximately 62.50 lbs.
The shelter staff think I am about 1 year and 3 months old.
I have been at the shelter since Apr 29, 2021 and am ready to go home today!
I am currently in foster care but am available for adoption! If you are interested in adopting me, please email PACC.AdoptAFoster@pima.gov.
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Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:
Zafe is just a young guy at about a year old, but he already has a college degree! Yes, he's a graduate of PACC's decompression program for shy and fearful dogs. Zafe spent some time learning about trust and self confidence in the program. These days, you'd never know he was a shy, scared pup when he first came to the shelter! Zafe is happy, goofy, playful and loves his people friends!! When meeting other dogs in PACC playgroup, Zafe kept to himself and asked for his space from the other dogs appropriately when needed. He has shared his kennel nicely with a couple of roommates, and did well with a volunteer's dog on a day trip. Zafe has a little bit of a hitch in his giddy up, and doesn't use one of his front legs due to some nerve damage. He doesn't let this slow him down one bit, but he will need a family committed to his long term health and care. Ask about this shelter favorite today!!
"I'm such a fan of this boy! He's extremely friendly and affectionate, and seems happy all the
time. He loves belly rubs and is a big lap dog who just wants affection. Someone will be incredibly lucky to add Zafe to their family!" - PACC Volunteer
"Zafe is such a handsome man! He does not let his lameness in his front leg slow him down. He's eager to get to the play yard and does lots of zoomies! He's a very sweet and good boy!" - PACC Volunteer
"I brought Zafe home for a daycation to give this big sweetheart a shelter break. He was nervous in the car, but rode well overall. He did well with my resident dog, and explored the house. A yoga ball was particularly interesting to him! Zafe was quiet and calm and spent most of the day right by my side. He went potty outside and had no accidents throughout the day. Zafe loves food! He got a bath, which he didn't love, but tolerated like a champ. He wasn't sure about my cat, so may need to go to a kitty free home!! Zafe just wants to be part of your pack, your ride or die, your bestie for life!" - PACC Volunteer
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