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Sex: Male

ID Number: 6353

Breed: Basset Hound / Mixed (short coat)

Age: 8 Years 3 Months (Birthdate: 3/29/2014)

Size: (Medium)

Other: Neutered, Vaccinations current, Microchip

Housetrained: Yes

Exercise: Moderate Exercise Needed

Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only

New People: Cautious

Dog Friendly: Yes

Kid Friendly: No

Adoption Fee: $250

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Name: Chorizo
Size: Medium range: 26-60 lbs 
Adoption Donation:  $250 (applicable sales tax included) Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.  
Other:   Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip, No Children*

** Chorizo qualifies for our  Seniors for Seniors Program. This program places senior dogs (age 8 or older) with senior citizens (age 65 or older) at a reduced adoption fee of $65.00. If you qualify and are interested in participating in this program, please fill out an application online and type "SENIOR" after your name. 

**  Chorizo has been diagnosed with chronic cranial cruciate ligament ruptures of both back legs.  Because these are chronic (old) injuries that have since stabilized surgery is not recommended. Instead, it is recommended that Chorizo stays on a joint supplement like Dasaquin or Cosequin. It is also important that he maintains a healthy weight.


Chorizo is such a happy boy, looking to live out the rest of his days with a loving family.


Foster Home Feedback 

          * NO Children; Chorizo cannot be placed in a home with children and he should not be around children. Adults should be aware that Chorizo is fearful of being hugged and does not like when people get in his face.

5/15/2022 Foster Feedback: Chorizo is a lovable chunky basset mix. He doesn't like people in his face or to be in any sort of hugging or restraining position, but he works on it diligently every day and I have seen great improvement. He loves his evening walks and doesn't let me forget when it's time to go. He can only do shorter distances at a time, about a quarter to a half-mile right now; and he needs some extra encouragement at the end, but outside is his favorite place to be. He redirects fairly well with the slightest of tugs on the leash or a simple tongue click. These work unless he sees another dog, in which he will stop, watch them and whine because he wants to see them. He does redirect after a couple of minutes with constant encouragement and redirection tactics though. Chorizo loves watching the birds and bunnies outside the patio door and does well with the neighbor dogs as well. He will whine and bark a couple of times when first meeting a new dog, but otherwise he will typically just sniff the air and watch them. To be put simply, he just wants to be your fluffy couch buddy!

4/16/2022 Foster Feedback: Chorizo might actually be the best boy. It took a few days of adjusting and learning to trust each other, but he is so great! He's super chill, loves to snuggle on the couch or in bed, rarely barks even when the resident dog does and has had no potty accidents even through the wild changes in his life. Chorizo is on a diet and exercise regimen for his plumpness, but the good news is that he never takes anything in his mouth that doesn't belong there, doesn't beg for treats, and is always eager to head out for a walk. He's excellent on the leash IF there are no squirrels or bunnies nearby. When he needs to stay home alone, he is very resistant to kenneling, but he's perfectly well behaved roaming free. Chorizo is also happy in a bedroom when other dogs are confined to their kennels.

The treatment for his Lyme, and already being down a few pounds have generated a completely different attitude in Chorizo. He's happier every day, there's a bounce in his step, he approaches us for pets and cuddles whenever he's not sleeping, and he's constantly waving that tail high in the air. He can almost get on the couch on his own when he takes a running start, but we have some doggy steps for him now. Oh, also, Chorizo had to be carried up and down the stairs at our house when he arrived, but only 2 weeks later, he's handling them like a champ. 

I can't recommend Chorizo enough for someone looking for a laid-back, unique-looking, low-maintenance adult dog. All he needs is someone to love him, watch his diet, go for walks, and let him out to lie in the sun when the weather's nice. 

** Chorizo is Lyme and anaplasmosis positive.  These are tick-borne illnesses, and he is currently being treated with Doxycycline.    

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