Introducing Chelsea! πŸΆπŸ’•

Look who’s turning 1!!

Chelsea is a 1 year old (DOB 9/23/20) spayed blue merle female. She is looking for a new home as she and the other female in the home have been getting into fights. She is a smaller Aussie at 30 pounds. She is currently on a hydrolyzed protein diet ( https://www.petmd.com/dog/what-hydrolyzed-protein-dog-food ) to help her gain weight. Her owner reports that knows β€œsit”, β€œwait for β€œfree” when door is opened and has great recall. Her owner also says she is a very playful dog.
Chelsea is a high energy dog who would do best in an active home where she will get exercise on a daily basis. She would also benefit from a training class and may do well in a dog sport such as agility. A home is being sought with a traditionally fenced yard so that Chelsea has the opportunity to run off some of her energy. She has not been exposed to cats so will not be placed in a home with them. She has not lived with children so only homes with children 12 or older will be considered. She does appear to like other dogs, an active male companion will be considered. Chelsea is currently living with her owners in Westport, CT. ARPH is screening homes for the owner . An ARPH application www.aussierescue.org will be required as well as a home visit.

About sfitzpatrick128

Owner of 2 wild and crazy Australian Shepherds. Always busy, always on the go. No day at the beach is a bad day.
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2 Responses to Introducing Chelsea! πŸΆπŸ’•

  1. Siera Arzenati says:

    Is this young lady currently in a foster home?

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