Dog Pound Pet of the Week


This week’s Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week is Chevy, a cuddle bug of mixed heritage who is chiefly interested in friends, laps and treats — in that order. Chevy is a good listener and likes back rubs, belly rubs and silly jokes. He’s about 2 years old and weighs 55 pounds, but he’s light on his feet. Chevy isn’t the best at practicing social distancing, but he would make a great companion to combat cabin fever. To make an appointment to meet Chevy, call the dog warden at 937-393-8191. The Highland County Dog Pound is located at 9357 SR 124 east of Hillsboro.

This week’s Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week is Chevy, a cuddle bug of mixed heritage who is chiefly interested in friends, laps and treats — in that order. Chevy is a good listener and likes back rubs, belly rubs and silly jokes. He’s about 2 years old and weighs 55 pounds, but he’s light on his feet. Chevy isn’t the best at practicing social distancing, but he would make a great companion to combat cabin fever. To make an appointment to meet Chevy, call the dog warden at 937-393-8191. The Highland County Dog Pound is located at 9357 SR 124 east of Hillsboro.


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This week’s Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week is Chevy, a cuddle bug of mixed heritage who is chiefly interested in friends, laps and treats — in that order. Chevy is a good listener and likes back rubs, belly rubs and silly jokes. He’s about 2 years old and weighs 55 pounds, but he’s light on his feet. Chevy isn’t the best at practicing social distancing, but he would make a great companion to combat cabin fever. To make an appointment to meet Chevy, call the dog warden at 937-393-8191. The Highland County Dog Pound is located at 9357 SR 124 east of Hillsboro.

This week’s Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week is Chevy, a cuddle bug of mixed heritage who is chiefly interested in friends, laps and treats — in that order. Chevy is a good listener and likes back rubs, belly rubs and silly jokes. He’s about 2 years old and weighs 55 pounds, but he’s light on his feet. Chevy isn’t the best at practicing social distancing, but he would make a great companion to combat cabin fever. To make an appointment to meet Chevy, call the dog warden at 937-393-8191. The Highland County Dog Pound is located at 9357 SR 124 east of Hillsboro.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2020/04/web1_chevy-dp2.jpgThis week’s Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week is Chevy, a cuddle bug of mixed heritage who is chiefly interested in friends, laps and treats — in that order. Chevy is a good listener and likes back rubs, belly rubs and silly jokes. He’s about 2 years old and weighs 55 pounds, but he’s light on his feet. Chevy isn’t the best at practicing social distancing, but he would make a great companion to combat cabin fever. To make an appointment to meet Chevy, call the dog warden at 937-393-8191. The Highland County Dog Pound is located at 9357 SR 124 east of Hillsboro. Submitted photo