Uncle Jesse A171647 • Adult Male • Looking for a Foster or Adoptive Home
Have Mercy!! Have you met this handsome guy? Uncle Jesse is a really sweet boy. He seems to have an issue with breathing that may sound like a low growl or a cough – but don’t let it fool you, it’s just him snorting. Uncle Jesse was super easy to leash up and to walk on leash. He is really easy to handle. Uncle J knows how to “sit” when the good treats are there for him to snack on after as a reward. Uncle Jesse is a more mature male whose teeth appeared to be slightly filed down, poor guy. He is really loving and will push his whole body into you for petting. He loves to have his butt scratched and didn’t mind if I didn’t, “watch the hair, huh” Just enjoyed all the pets. I was able to pet Uncle Jesse all over, touch his tail and paws, pet him while he ate, and he also offered affection from time to time. He’s pretty gentle taking treats too. He wasn’t too pumped going back to his cage, put on the breaks a little bit, but allowed me to lift him in. There was a small dog outside of its cage and he was non-reactive to it. Uncle Jesse is a really sweet gentleman, with great hair, and may or may not have appeared with the Beach Boys while on a break from playing gigs with his band Jesse and the Rippers. He’s looking for a home to rest comfortably in, if you can foster him, Uncle J will say in his best Elvis impression, Thank ya, thank ya very much.’ Think Uncle Jesse is the perfect fit to make your half empty home a Full House?? Learn more about fostering by visiting the links below and sign up to foster today! Came into Chicago Animal Care and Control as a stray on 9/6/17.
Want to FOSTER or adopt? READ LINKS BELOW
>About Fostering: http://bit.ly/learnaboutfostering
>Approved Rescue Groups: http://bit.ly/rescuegroupslist
>Page for ADOPTABLE dogs: http://bit.ly/2u9z3yz
>Most common Q&A: http://bit.ly/28TBQUC
Uncle Jesse has not formally been introduced to any other dogs, cats, Uncle Joeys, or Danny Tanners at this time. So we do not have any information on his dog to dog friendliness.
For more information email [email protected] or message the CACC Dog Transfer Team on Facebook.
**Please do not come to the shelter to meet this dog without contacting the rescue and working with them. He is not on the “public” adoption floor.**
2741 S Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60608