LAKE ODESSA, Mich. (WOOD) - Chancey is a three year old terrier mix who was rescued along with 29 other dogs from Calhoun County and brought back to Mackenzie's Animal Sanctuary. Now, he needs a new, forever home and a second chance. Our friends at Mackenzie's say Chancey is a bit of a wild child, so he needs to continue the work the kind folks at Mackenzies have been doing to help him learn commands and manners. Chancey will need a family that is active with older kids that he won't hurt if he jumps up on them. With this kind of exuberance, this happy little guy will make a great companion and would love to have a big yard to play in. If you would like to meet Chancey, start by filling out the online application at www.mackenzies.info . The cost of adopting is $150 and the thorough application process includes home visits.
My Best Friend:
Mackenzie's Animal Sanctuary
Adoption Fee: $150
Adoption Process: 3 visits with a home visit included
Adoptions happen within 150 miles of Lake Odessa and Grand Rapids
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