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Homeward Pet's ~ Pet of the Week ~ Chili

This lovely little boy will provide steadfast love and commitment. He is hoping that you might be his forever home.

Chili is a loyal and dedicated boy who forms strong bonds with his people, and he is hoping to find a new best friend soon. Chili is seven years of age and is a Chihuahua with a short tan coat and darling face. Chili loves to play fetch and go for walks – though in this cold weather prefers to wear a coat when outdoors. He’s still an active and fun loving guy.

Chili is fully housetrained, and does well with other dogs. He is looking for a quieter, more adult household that can provide him some daily stability and consistency. He loves to be held and snuggle with those he feels comfortable with, and wants nothing more than to spend quality time with his owners.

This lovely little boy will provide steadfast love and commitment. He is hoping that you might be his forever home. 

We are located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville and are open for visitors between 12pm and 6pm, Wednesday through Sunday. 

See all our adoptable dogs, cats, kittens and puppies at www.homewardpet.org.

February is Homeward Pet’s 23rd Anniversary month – celebrating over 21,000 dogs and cats finding forever homes!  Their anniversary goal is to raise 230 donations of just $23 during the month of February – visit www.homewardpet.org.  Additionally, on Saturday, February 23rd, all adoption fees are just $23!

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