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Coco and Sheeps - CARL, Santa Paula, CA

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Breed: Chow Chow

Sex: Female

Spayed: Yes

Age: 15 years approx

Size: Large

Color: Red

Coat: Long

Vaccinations: Yes

Other Dogs: Good with dogs

Walking: Good on the leash

Notes: Coco, Chow Chow, DOB: 6/2006, Female, Red. Vaccinations up to date, spayed. Good in a home with Other dogs. This dog is in need of a foster home as well as a permanent home. If you are interested in fostering please fill out a foster application on our website. Coco is a Chow in need of a new home with Sheeps, as their owner moved and could not take the dogs with them. They both walk well on leash, slow and gingerly. They would be a great addition to a family who wants company watching TV. They are very sweet and mellow, take treats well and welcome company. Although they do not ask for attention, they enjoy pets and scratches behind the ears when given. If you are interested in meeting Sheeps and Coco, please read the adoption information (link below) and fill out the adoption application form.

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Date available: 11-21-2021 (M-D-Y) - The dog was known to be available for adoption on this day.

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ONE BY ONE

One by one, they pass by my cage
Too old, too worn, too broken, they say
Way past his time, he can’t run and play
They shake their heads and go on their way
A little old man, arthritic and sore
It seems that I am wanted no more
I once had a home, I once had a bed
A place that was warm, and where I was fed
Now my muzzle is grey, and my eyes slowly fail
Who wants a dog so old and so frail?
My family decided I didn’t belong
I got in their way, my attitude wrong
Now I sit in this kennel, where day after day
The younger ones are chosen and taken away
When I had come to the end of my rope
You saw my face and again I knew hope
You saw past the grey, the legs wobbly with age
And felt I deserved life beyond this cage
You took me home, gave me food and a bed
You gently stroked my poor tired head
We snuggle and play, you talk to me low
You love me so dearly, and make sure I know
Although I have lived most of my life with another
You outshine them with a love so much stronger
I promise to return all the love I can give
To you my dear friend, as long as I live
I may be with you for a week, or for years
We will share many smiles, and a few tears
When the time comes, that God deems I must leave
I know you will cry and your heart it will grieve
When I arrive at the Bridge all brand new
My thoughts and my heart will still be with you
And I will brag to all who will hear
Of the person who made my last days so dear.

If you are interested in this dog please read our  Adoption Information

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CARL, Santa Paula, CA
Canine Adoption and Rescue League, 901 Mission Rock, Santa Paula, CA 93060
Phone: (805) 644-7387
Email: info@carldogs.org
Website:  carldogs.org
Facebook:  www.facebook.com/CARLdogs

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Canine Adoption and Rescue League is an IRS 501(c)(3) Private Non-Profit No-Kill Organization. We rely on donations and do not receive government, state, or city funding. We operate almost entirely by volunteers. Since 1996, Canine Adoption and Rescue League has rescued and placed thousands of unwanted, sick, abandoned, and homeless dogs. Dogs in our adoption program are placed in pre-screened, loving and secure homes. We make a lifetime commitment to all of our dogs. We are also a sanctuary for those dogs that don’t get adopted, including a Senior Dog Rescue Program which provides food, shelter, and medical care for elderly dogs in the animal shelter that because of age and medical issues are least likely to be adopted.

Disclaimer: Although every effort is made to ensure these details are accurate, the webmaster and Chow Chow Rescue cannot be held responsible for any problems arising from the information displayed here.


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