Chip has a unique family tree. The 70-pound pooch looks like he just stepped out of a comic strip with a Rottweiler head and Basset hound legs and this “low-rider hot Rotti” has a striking if odd look that will attract plenty of attention on neighborhood walks. Friendly and outgoing, he greets everyone with a tail wag and a big dog smile and his exceptionally sweet personality charms every new friend he meets.
Chip’s owner surrendered him to the Arizona Humane Society months ago and his time at the shelter is weighing on him. This slightly senior dog has it all; the smarts, the looks, a happy-go-lucky personality, housetrained, leash trained, he will even stay off your couch. He likes rolling in grass, going for car rides, and sharing pancakes with you on the weekends. All he wants is someone to love and a good home- soon.
If you can give Chip a nice place to retire then visit the Campus for Compassion TODAY and adopt him for only $35. For more information call 602-997-7585 x1045 and ask for animal ID number A451566.
Fez has spent most of his 10-weeks of life surviving, and foraging through dumpsters and sleeping in the bushes were hardly the high points of living as a stray. This 2-pound kitty was scooped up by a Good Samaritan and brought to AHS where he now waits for a loving home. This charming tabby is not only adorable, he also loves to nuzzle and cuddle close to humans and his rumbling purr is proof that he craves companionship. He will even sit on your shoulder while you read a good book or watch television. He wouldn’t mind having canine or feline roommates in his new home and he is great with kids.
Fez is available today at the Campus for Compassion and his adoption fee is only $50. For more information call 602-997-7585 x1045 and ask for animal ID number A458283.