Riot Fest Adoptable Puppy of the Week: BAE
Bae has had a rough life. She was abused as a puppy, and then after she had her own litter, she was abandoned. What a horrible thing for a dog to go through. We are very appreciative that someone found her and rescued her with hopes of finding her a better life.
Bae is tiny in size and hasn’t been fed well. When she arrived she was very skinny. Bae is easy to leash up and really sweet. She said hi to a few dogs as she trotted outside. She appears potty trained and has a great sit on command. Despite her small frame, Bae is gentle taking treats. She is loving and snuggly. She offers affection and clearly just wants to be someone’s best friend. She allowed for handling all over and was tolerant of a teeth examination. Her new obsession is playing with balls. She loves chasing after (and eventually chewing) the softball in the playlot. This girl deserves a better life and we hope to find her one. It says a lot the resilience of a dog. Despite her past she’s just a sweet, hopeful girl.
Bae A195767 • 2 year old Female • Available for Adoption at Chicago ACC.
Chicago Animal care and Control is having an adoption event called “Game of Bones” and adoption fees are waived for the featured dogs.
When: March 30th.
Location: 2741 S Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60608
Have questions about Bae or our other dogs? Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
2741 S Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60608
Adoption hours are Monday-Friday 12pm-6pm.