Chloe is a strong, beautiful, one and a half year old Lab mix who loves to chase after toys, but when she flops down on the grass for a rest you’ll get splashed all over with the joy that comes spilling out of her big Lab smile. Chloe has lived as an inside/outside dog with adults, children, and other pets; Chloe was hesitant at first to trust volunteers until one of them used a spoonful of peanut butter to win her over. Since her peanut butter therapy, the phrase that volunteers use most often to describe Chloe now is “love bug.” “Chloe” means “blooming”–such a pretty, promising name for this sweet girl who came to us in springtime. If you have room for a love bug to flower in your heart and home, Chloe is looking for a place to put down roots. To meet Chloe contact Tri-County Animal Rescue Center on Facebook, call 814-918-2032, or email: contactus@Tricounty-arc.org
Note: please call first to be sure a dog volunteer is available if you want to meet her outside of the kennel.