Name: Chili Fee: $700 Location: Vancouver

Approx Birthday: 7/1/2020 Sex:Male Breed: Beagle Weight: 20kg Length (head to toe): 60cm Height (chest to base of tail):50cm Spayed/Neutered?: Yes

Special need: No Previous Injury: Missing left front paw

Food Type: Kibbles Food Brand:  Eating Habit: twice

Leash Manners: No issues  Current Walking Habit:Twice a day Tolerates Crating?: Potty Habit: Outdoor Basic Commands: None Ever been Alone in Home: 

Kid Friendly: 5/5 Not lived with children but interacts well when tested with stranger children. He is not regularly with children at the current Vancouver foster Dog Friendly: 5/5 Very Friendly. Actively approach and seek play. Does not get put off by rude actions from puppies or dogs. Understands social cues and leaves the dogs that don’t want to play alone. If being attacked, can appropriately standup for self and leave safely Cat Friendly: 4/5 Lived with foster feral cats in Taiwan Currently Lived with a Cat?:No Difference in Treating Indoor/Outdoor Cat?: No

Barking: 1/5 Rarely barks at all Chewing: 1/5 Does not chew at all Separation Anxiety: Hasn’t been alone at the foster home. But should be ok

Fear for Adult Men: 1/5 Very Friendly. Actively approach and seek affection.Fear for Strangers: 1/5 Very Friendly. Actively approach and seek affection.Fear for Traffic: Hasn’t been exposed to heavy traffic

Activity Level: 1/5 Low energy – 15 – 30 minutes per day of exercise. Low intensity and low impact preferredVelcro Level:5/5 Extremely cuddly – loves being petted, held, and on people and actively seek it. Even when the humans leave, the dog follows everywhere and demand cuddling Prey Drive:2/5 Low prey drive – runs around sometimes for fun but it is for the love of running and playing and not to kill

The rescuer went to the Sun Moon Lake in Central Taiwan on April 5th and that is when she saw Chili in the scooter parking lot. He was malnourished, extremely underweight with ribs showing. The rescuer noticed that Chili was missing a front paw. The lot attendant told the rescuer that they have already called the shelter to pick up the dog. Because Chili is so tamed and loving, the rescuer thinks he was dumped onto the street by someone. Chili is extremely friendly too people, dogs, children, even cats. He is also very friendly and cuddly! In the Vancouver foster, he is the sweetest boy that everyone loves! Chili deserves a beautiful home who can give him as much as attention as possible. 

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