Chip

Chip

Good with Kids
Housetrained
Shots Up to Date
Spayed/Neutered

We adopted this sweet boy in August 2018 when he was just three months old. Chip was great with my two small children. He quickly won over our hearts with his sweetness, cleverness and his endless desire to share his toys. When we decided to adopt another dog in Aug. 2021, he adjusted to his new brother fine at first. His brother was 3 months old and a pit bull terrier mix. But as his brother grew bigger, so did Chip’s behavior. He did not like to share his toys or treats, and displayed signs of dominance and aggression towards his brother that would oftentimes result in fights. On top of that, there was a major change in our household when I split from my partner last year, and this exacerbated the divisiveness between his fur brother. In my kids’ best interest, it is with a heavy heart to have to try to find a new home for Chip, as we feel he would thrive best in a sole dog household where he can truly display his fierce loyalty and lovability for years to come. Fast facts: • Age: 6 years • Weight: 68 lbs • He is up to date with his shots. • House and crate trained (I leave him in common living room/dining area during the days when I’m at work). • Sleeps well in a dog bed, but is spoiled and usually sleeps in the bed with me. • Not so good on a leash, but that can be corrected with daily practice. I just let him go to the bathroom in the fenced in backyard and also to run around. • Does great in the car and on long car rides (1.5 hour trips). If you would like to meet Chip, please call Teri at 630-897-7454. His adoption fee is $150.