Chata – Applications Closed

Basic Information
Name: Chata 
Age: 3 years old
Breed: Boxer Mix
Weight: 45 lbs 
Spay/Neuter: Yes
Dogs: Yes but can be selective 
Cats: Unknown 
Kids: Unknown 
Crate Trained: Yes
House Trained: Yes
Any Aggression (food or other): No
Any other issues: N/A
Foster Notes:

Chata is a cute little prancey princess. She is super sweet and loving with her humans but is still a little withdrawn with strangers. She just takes a little time to warm up to people she doesn’t know but overall she is friendly with everyone. She has not been tested with children or cats.

She can be a good adventure buddy but more so has more of a mellow personality and is okay to lay around the house while her humans are working, although she would prefer someone who works from home as she loves being around her people and will get bored if left in the house for extended periods of time!

She is still learning how to ‘dog’ – aka she doesn’t care for any toys, doesn’t play fetch, and won’t run around if you put her in a backyard off leash – so walking on leash is a necessity for sufficient exercise for her.

She walks great on leash, is house trained and crate trained (although she doesn’t love the crate). She can be left at home alone unattended with free roam of the house and be completely fine for a few hours at a time but she doesn’t enjoy being alone and would prefer to be taken with whenever possible (she does great in the car!)

She has a bit of leash reactivity which she has been working on. If properly introduced, she seems to be okay with most dogs; but the first interaction she can be dominant and snappy so she will need to continue to work on proper intros and dog socializing!

She is an absolute sweetie and will always greet you with a wagging tail and wiggly butt when you get home!

If you think Chata is the piece that is missing from your home, you can fill out an application under the Foster/Adopt tab or if you have previously submitted an application to us, please email us

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