Two things first:
1) Diamond doesn’t always have her tongue sticking out; but when she does, it’s pretty much the cutest thing ever (as you can see in the photo).
2) We had a hard time believing this girl was seven years old!
Diamond is a small, happy-go-lucky, black and white cookie dog. She’s animated when she’s in her kennel, and pulls a bit when leashed up… but that’s just because she can’t wait to get outside to play. Diamond walks much better when harnessed, and enjoyed trotting around the lot us. We hung out in a smaller run together, where she had some zoomies, played with some toys, and ate a treat or two. Diamond is all smiles. She’s a happy, wiggly girl, and will really lean in for some pets and scratches after she gets some of her energy out.
The lass was surrendered through no fault of her own, as her previous owners were moving to a dog-unfriendly domicile. Diamond has already lived with children of all ages, as well as with other animals. Diamond has met other male dogs and likes to dance around them without a ton of contact, as seen in the videos below. Her last owner stated that she’s house trained and bilingual.
They say that diamonds are forever, but this one’s just looking for her forever home. So come on out and meet this precious gem today!
A159469 • 7-year-old spayed female • Available for Adoption at CACC
The shelter remains at a very high population and they are still looking for the public to come meet some of their amazing adoptable dogs. Stop in any day from 12:00pm-6:00pm to meet the pups and adopt.
Have questions about Diamond or CACC’s other dogs? Feel free to email them at [email protected].
Chicago Animal Care and Control
2741 S Western Ave
Chicago, IL 60608
Adoption Hours: M-F; 12:00pm-6:00pm.