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SWEET Chester: 14-year-old Black Male Neutered Lab Mix 55 pounds

Background: Chester’s owners are in a position they can’t keep Chester due to some current family issues.

What Chester’s Owner says: Chester is an easy-going dog, a lovable 14-year-old lab/springer mix whose nickname is Sweetie Boy. He loves to be around people, is a good car traveler, and appreciates running at the dog park. He ignores cats, eagerly chases squirrels, and easily socializes with other dogs, He obeys the commands of Sit, Lie Down, and Stay. Chester paws the glass slider when he needs to go outside. He can use a dog door. He is a healthy 55 pounds with selective hearing. He does a warning bark when strangers come to the door. He was raised with school age children who are now married or in graduate School. Chester is a people dog who loves to be with people. He is a devoted companion, sleeps at the foot of the bed, but not on the bed. Chester likes to give goodnight kisses, after his belly rub, and loves to sun himself. He patrols the back yard garden, sniffing flowers and enjoying his domain.

What Chester’s Rescue Rep says: Chester is a very sweet boy that loves to go for a couple short walks a day. He loves to be with people, loves attention, loves to go for car rides and would make a wonderful companion. We are looking for a home for Chester where he can live out the remainder of his days.

Medical Information: Chester is one healthy boy. Just had a well check and he is still going strong. He is neutered, microchipped, current on his shots. He could start supplements for stiff joints.

Chester is located in: Napa

If you are interested in Chester, email Rescue Rep Liz, -->

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