I am in doggie jail in Paris, Kentucky.
I was picked up for vagrancy…well, okay, they just call us dogs “strays”.
I prefer not to talk about my past life, so you’ll just have to take me as I am.
These people gave me lots of tests to see if I was safe to go live with people. If you don’t pass, you disappear. They decided I was safe to live with people and other dogs.
Actually, I love people! I definitely want to be an inside dog where I can be with you all the time. I’d even enjoy having a companion dog.
They call me Cha Cha here. I guess it’s because I’m so outgoing and active. I weigh in at 74 lbs. but they say I’m too thin. What would you expect of a homeless girl?
My ideal home is very flexible. One requirement is that I be with people, not stuck outside in a yard or kennel. I’d enjoy walking or jogging with you. I’d love going to school to learn all about the stuff you call “obedience”. I sometimes pull against the leash and they tell me that is wrong. So I would need some help in that department. I love treats and take food very gently.
I don’t know my breed or how old I am. I think I’m a Chesapeake Bay Retriever, but they say I may be a Lab mix. I’m a dark brown (Chessie coloring) or chocolate (Lab coloring). The people here think I am about 4 to 5 years old in human years.
If you’d like to give me a forever home, please call
You can’t take me home until the adoption application is completed and approved. Then they say I have to be spayed. They said to tell you there is no electronic version of the adoption application, so please call the shelter.