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Chow found

The trees got a reprieve, but ... Chuy is one of the many dogs that are found in Elysian Park -- a popular spot for abandoning pets, dogs in particular. Chuy is an unaltered Chow Chow mix, probably five years old, according to his teeth. Reportedly very friendly with people and other dogs, he has been at the northeast shelter since May 25, and they are planning to put him down. Unless someone steps up for him. His ID number is ID#A950645.

For more information about this animal, call: North Central Animal Care and Control Center at (888) 452-7381 Ask for information about animal ID number A950645

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