Checha is located on the Oregon Coast (Myrtle Point) and came to DDBR from Mexico. Her original owners treated her horribly and when she was rescued was in horrid, emaciated condition, dirty and loaded with ticks. A good Samaritan took her in, started her on the road to recovery, then called in DDBR to finish the job and find her a forever home. Checka is sort of semi feral (she will counter surf, steal food, she has little house manners and needs a home that has the patience to teach her how to be a house dog). She likely lived most of her life outside, but she does appear house trained, no accidents since coming into rescue. She doesn’t really know how to interact with other dogs, so must be an only dog (only pet, no other critters please). Checha does not really know how to play, so she plays super rough and will not be placed in a home with children under 13. She is a smaller DDB and guestimated to be between 5 and 7 years of age. Checha has arthritis in her shoulders but is managed well on supplements and anti-inflammatories. Having been in rescue since July 2017 and is now ready for her forever home.
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