Thursday, September 23, 2010

Special Cases – Less Adoptable

So many homeless Chessies, so little time.  Today’s featured Chessies are going to need a special family or person…

Chessies want to be family, house dogs.  I won’t stay outside without my humans. 

This girl has a problem…she either needs someone who would be home to let her out frequently or a moderate climate where she could live outside. I’ll say this, if it was me, I wouldn’t want to have to live outside!  To adopt her you must be within 150 miles of Cincinnati or Georgetown, OH. 

    Her name is  Georgie  .  I hope she finds her special someone in a hurry because her human family is faced with losing their home…then she’d probably end up in doggie jail.

Then we have Paloma in Denver, CO.  She is blind, but would be happy to jog with you.  My humans have had a blind dog and say it doesn’t slow them down.  She is with Retriever Rescue of ColoradoPaloma is a young adult dog.   

Remember to check out CBR Rescue for more information about Chessies.  We aren’t Labs.  We’re always testing the boundaries and rules humans set out for us. We try to please, but we want to be a part of the family. You must train us and be consistent so we understand what you want. 

Hope y’all are enjoyin’ seein’ these homeless Chessies and learning more about us as a breed. 

Now, there is one more dog I want to bark about.  She is a Chessie Setter Mix and is in a financially troubled No Kill Shelter  Her name is Alley.   At least when Alley and her puppies were abandoned they were left at the shelter gate.  Please help her get out of doggie jail!  She’s lying there on a cement floor hoping for someone to save her. If you are in the South, especially the Florence, Orangeburg, Santee area, check Alley out.  There are other dogs at this shelter just as desperate waiting for a furever home. This shelter is facing desperate times and may have to close their doors.

Y’all come back now!



  1. What fine looking dogs these are! I hope their furever home comes along soon for all of them.

  2. Somebody will meet these two and they will find great homes. Keep up the good work.

  3. Thanks Sage and Mogley for your comments. We're keeping paws crossed.

  4. We sure hope all these great dogs find homes soon