Chazz is a male, 11 month old Terrier Mix, with a beautiful red coat. He has a fun personality and wants to play. Of course when you are 11 months old, everything is pretty much play: going for a walk, exploring the living room, meeting other dogs, going for a ride in the car, chasing a tennis ball.
Chazz is a very sweet and joyful guy, who will definitely make you smile. He needs a stable home where he can share his love and be loved in return. He would do well in a quiet home, with children 10 years or older. He is still a puppy and needs a home where he can feel safe and secure.
He had his adventure in the world, and now he’s ready to settle into a comfortable lap and charm his family. Chazz received good scores for his behavior. For a little dog, Chazz has a big personality. He has the most adorable expressions, and exudes happiness.
He will delight in seeing you, being held, petted, and just being by your side. He is very expressive, even with his body, all the way down to his cute, curly tail. Chazz is a wonderful dog, who would be a devoted companion. He will provide you with unconditional love, affection, and with his fantastic personality, stories that will last a lifetime. He will need to be neutered. (A695053)
the rabbit is still available for adoption. Scotty has such a great attitude and would be a wonderful companion.
The Fourth of July can be a difficult time for our pets. Contra Costa Animal Shelter has the following safety tips for dogs:
- Never use fireworks around your pet!
- Keep your dogs inside during the fireworks, preferably with human companionship. Loud crowded firework displays are no fun for pets.
- Make sure your dogs get plenty of exercise earlier in the day.
- Provide a safe place inside for your dogs to retreat to if they get scared.
- Make sure all of your windows and curtains are closed.
- Make sure all of your pets are wearing their ID tags with a properly fitting collar. Dogs are known to escape or hide on the 4th of July.
- Leave your dog something fun to do, like a Kong toy or bone to chew on.
- Leave the TV or radio on while you’re gone. This will help your dog tune out the loud sounds of the fireworks.
Visit Contra Costa Animal Services this week to meet Chazz, and other animals ready for adoption.
Contra Costa Animal Services is located at 4800 Imhoff Place and is open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 10:00am – 5:00pm, and Wednesday from 10:00am – 7:00pm. The shelter will be closed on July 4th. You can reach them at 925-335-8300.