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Crosby - Augusta Dog Adoptions, VA

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Breed: Chow Chow

Sex: Male

Neutered: Yes

Age: 5 years approx

Size: Large

Color: Red

Coat: Long

Vaccinations up-to-date: Yes

Notes: Grant, Gable and Crosby are guessed to be about 5 years old and are truly terrified of people. Given their age and total lack of socialization, they will not improve much. You can't touch them or catch them without a carefully orchestrated plan and they are not going to be dogs that you can take for a walk down the street or joy ride in the car. The best they can hope for is for families who respect their nature and want to offer them a safe place to be. A securely fenced yard and a female canine companion (because ferals have not bonded with humans, they are often very bonded with other dogs and can use well socialized dogs to mimic normal behavior) is what each one is dreaming of!

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Crosby was listed to be available for adoption on this date: Sept 5th, 2022

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

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Augusta Dog Adoptions, VA
Stuarts Draft, VA
Phone: 540-396-3666
Email: augustadogadoptions@hotmail.com
Website:  www.augustadogadoptions.org
Augusta Dog Adoptions is an all volunteer, foster based rescue. We take applications online and are scheduling individual adoptions in the Waynesboro, VA area during the pandemic. A $175 adoption fee ($300 for puppies under 6 months old) helps us take care of all the dogs we rescue. All dogs are spayed/neutered, tested for heartworm and tick borne diseases (if old enough), microchipped, and vaccinated for rabies (if old enough), distemper/parvo and bordetella. They are also treated for internal and external parasites. Many dogs also receive extensive medical care such as dental work and major surgeries.

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