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Hi, my name is Chance II!
Adult Large Male
American Staffordshire Terrier / Mixed (short coat)
Chance is the perfect name for this 50 pound goofball, as he was given a second chance just in the nick of time. Chance has fully recovered from his life before foster care, though you can still see some scars here and there that serve as reminders of his difficult past. Even though he had some tough times, Chance now lives with his foster parents and does well with a foster fur-brother.
He loves to play tug-of-war, fetch his tennis ball, and go for walks/runs. Fully house and crate trained, Chance is looking for a home where he can become a member of the family. He’ll do best in a home that stays pretty active, as this guy has some energy to burn off. Chance is food motivated, so will learn quickly for a treat, and is getting the hang of 'get out of the kitchen' (one of his foster mom's rules).
Chance's tail is always wagging, and his goofiness comes out when he starts playing around the house. He'll hop about ending in a play bow with his tongue hanging out the side of his wide Staffordshire Terrier mouth. At the end of the day when all of the playing and work has been done, he loves to cuddle up with his family to watch some Netflix, and would love it even more if you let him come to bed with you! Will you help this guy make the most of his second chance?
Check out the tug of war fun! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkiBQwYfrOU
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$10 - Microchip
$25 - Heartworm test
$50 - Puppy vaccinations
$75 - Spay/neuter one pet
$100 - One day of parvovirus treatment
$300 - Heartworm treatment
$500 - One month of behavioral training