Chaz-Ma-Taz~Adopted

Chaz, the Noble Companion

02/15/13 Update:  Chaz is one of those dogs that gets overlooked because he is so easy.  He has no issues, he has not been abused, he has been loved all of his life.  He’s just easy peasy!  What you see is what you get!  He likes to look over the yard and watch attentively, he is fully crate-trained, quiet, and obedient.  He’d be a great dog to take to work, and he loves to go for car rides.

Click on this Video Link to see a silly video I did with him this morning!

I had Chaz several months ago, however, his original owners found him on Petfinder and asked me if I would return him.  I did.  Last week, they informed me that they were moving and couldn’t take him with.  Depressing to say the least.

Chaz is back with us, and the next time he is moved, it will be forever.  He’s a wonderful dog, I really missed him when he left.  If you are lonely, and would like a dog that’ll have long conversations with you, Chaz is your man!  He’s very entertaining! Here’s his history:

History:  So while Saturday, May 12th was Jake’s one year adoption anniversary, Yesterday, Julie delivered this stray to my door from Jacksonville. His name is Chaz but he reminds me so much of Jake. He’s just an awesome dog!  If you have been following TDL for a year, you should remember how much I adored Jake!  He is being fostered in the Jacksonville area.

It’s fun being a good boy!

Chaz is at the vet right now, he is heartworm negative.  He weighs in at 54 pounds, but could afford to shed a few pounds!  My Vet confirmed that he is about five years old.  Chaz sings!  So somewhere in his past, there must be a teaspoon of Husky in him to have such a gorgeous voice… the voice of a tenor. I was wondering if he could be the next American Idol… but then I thought competing on The Voice would be better… they wouldn’t know that he’s just a dog until they turn their chairs around!  When Chaz started his serenade, I immediately thought of Luna, the Singing Husky.  Even thought it’s been over two years, I still miss this gorgeous girl!

His photo album can be viewed on Facebook.

Foster Update:  While Chaz was distant at first, he is quickly warming up.  He has recovered from his neuter surgery, and is doing great.

His Watchful Eye!

This morning he came to me, and wanted a hug!  What a big teddy bear he is!  Chaz is very well balanced.  He has great manners, he doesn’t jump on people.  He is very respectful, and very gentle.  He wasn’t crate trained when he first arrived, and now he eagerly goes into his crate.  I think I’ll be seeing Chaz’s personality blossom every day!  He’s a joy to foster.

If it wasn’t for Chaz, I don’t think I would’ve been able to pin point Max’s personality.  Having the two of them has helped me identify their uniqueness.

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3 Comments

  1. natalie emerson

    11.13.2012

    please call me we lost ours to cancer we know the breed we have our own home and the means we r responsible pet owners we live in a dog friendly neighborhood our loss is great piper was cremated last week im looking to adopt by xmas i only adopt please help our family boy our gir nutered prefered prefer a pup but would consider the right dog our family is heart broken there is always someone home or a sitter w take turns in the neighborhood pleas call me i own my own buisness 774 330 9591 thank you i may be interested in taking a brother and sister or small family but two is my limit thank you

  2. Sharon Nipper

    02.19.2013

    We are familiar with Border Collies and we are actively looking to add to our family. We were excited to hear (read) about Chaz, and would love to meet him if he is still available for adoption. He just sounds perfect 🙂

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