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Chevy comes to us with the car litter from a shelter. His entire litter was sick with pneumonia when they first joined rescue. Thankfully everyone is healthy and recovered. Most of this litter is a foster fail but Chevy is going up for adoption!


From his foster momma: He is very timid when people approach him but he doesn’t growl or bite when he is cornered to be picked up. He does kennel very well, that’s actually where he runs when he’s afraid. We live on the golf course so he sees a lot of people and doesn’t bark at them (really he doesn’t bark at all unless he’s playing which is nice) but he’s still warming up to people in general. He just recently started coming up to me with the other dogs and I can reach out and pet him but if anyone is around he he won’t come. He is probably 80% potty trained but because he doesn’t come up to us he will just go pee by the door if he has to go. He sleeps in a kennel with his sister at night and doesn’t make a peep. It took him about 24 hours to warm up to my dogs. He’s also around cats and he does really well with them but occasionally he will chase them around but not aggressively, usually it’s just when the cats are playing and running around that he joins in. He isn’t a huge fan of water like his sister but for baths he freezes and sits there so that part is easy.


Chevy would be fine in an apartment with the right owner. Kids are okay as long as they have been around other dogs before. 


  • Breed:

    Australian Shepherd Mix

  • Gender:


  • Age:

    5 Months

  • Weight:

    25 lbs (current)

  • Good With Dogs:


  • Good With Kids:

    Yes (10+)

  • Good With Cats:


  • Special Needs:


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