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Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:
Hello my name is Chai, like your favorite fall drink! I was surrendered to the shelter with my brother, who has seen been adopted! So now I am waiting for my turn. I am a high energy guy, which is no surprise given my breed! I know I am cute, but please do your breed research before considering me. I am still a puppy and need lots of training, exercise, and everything else that comes with owning a puppy. My new family should be ready to take on that responsibility. I would do best in a home with older children as I have never been around them. Come meet me today!

Few can resist a puppy. These adorable, soft bundles of energy are similar to four-legged children with tails. And like children, puppies need a lot of time, care, love, and patience. A puppy will depend on you for frequent and regular feedings and walks, for guidance and training, and for much of your time and your love. Before you plunge into puppy parenthood, make sure to research! There are many rewards to caring for a puppy, but there are also many requirements. Puppy classes are highly recommended for socialization and a positive transition into your home. Puppies love to learn how to be the best dog for your family!

If this dog has been successful in our play groups it is not a guarantee that a dog will be social with other dogs in their home or in public settings. Dogs are individuals and have personality conflicts, just like us. Play groups do not guarantee that territorial or resource guarding issues will not surface in the home. While play groups do help us get to know the dog's better, once they are adopted their new environments and new relationships will influence their behavior in ways we cannot predict.

The Adoption Fee Includes:
- initial canine distemper combination vaccination
- first worming or stool check
- rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)
- 24 Petwatch microchipping
- flea treatment/preventative
- spaying or neutering

Adoption fee: $185.00
Per state law, ALL ADOPTERS must purchase a non-refundable 2023 dog license at time of adoption for any canine three months and older. The cost of the license is $7.00. (Senior Citizen or Person with Disability-$5.00)

All dog adoptions come with free leash and collar.

For more information about this animal, call:
Beaver County Humane Society at (724) 775-5801
Ask for information about animal ID number A053403