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Chug Dog and Chug Puppy Rescue

by | November 29, 2009 | In Uncategorized

If you have been thinking of getting a new chug dog, have you considered all the options available to you? The obvious choice many people make, when considering a new chug dog is to go to with a breeder. A good chug dog breeder will be able to sell you a puppy that has been checked for genetic problems, diseases etc and will very often provide you with a high quality pedigree chug dog that should be free from problems that plague a lot of chug dogs.

This is ideal for a lot of people but of course will come at a price. There is an alternative – adopting a puppy or adult chug dog.

Since chug dogs are a relatively new breed, it may be difficult to find chug dog rescues. However, adopting a chug dog, may be a great way to offer a loving home to an animal in need.

A lot of people are concerned that they may end up with an unhealthy chug dog, or a chug dog that may be aggressive by getting one from a shelter. Most animal shelters will check a chug dog for good health and good temperament, so if there are any problems you will be told about them. Also, a lot of shelters offer in-house training to increase the chances of a chug dog finding a new home. 

The best way to go about adopting a chug dog is to pay a visit to your nearest animal shelter. Explain to the staff there, what kind of chug dog would suit you and your family. If you do not find any chugs at the rescue, go ahead and asked to be put on a wait list.

Adopting from an animal shelter is a great way to get a new companion and a great way to make a new and happy future for your chug dog. We will be posting chug dog rescue sites aswe find them on the internet.

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