Chase is an adorable little dog that is in need of an adult only home that is familiar with little dogs with big attitudes. If there are any resident dogs they will need a meet and greet prior to adoption. He does still potty in the house when left home alone so his new family will probably need to crate train him. (Curt Story/Everett Animal Shelter)

Fur & Feathers with energetic Lincoln and big-attitude Chase

One dog is not a fan of cats or men. The other definitely prefers adults only.

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