Every other week, Chatham Magazine features an adoptable animal from Chatham Animal Rescue & Education
Jean Pierre (Jip or JP to his friends) is a Chihuahua/Pomeranian mix. He will snuggle his way into your heart. JP adapts easily to all situations: He curls contentedly up by your feet when you are working, and he races about happily in the yard when you are outside. JP is a loving and a lively boy. The best home for him will give him plenty of lap time – whether that means snuggling on your lap or time to walk or run laps every day.
JP gets along well with other dogs when he has been introduced to them properly, though he is reactive to other dogs on leash. He will do well in a home as a single dog or with another dog, if the introductions are careful and slow. JP is house-trained and crate-trained. His forever home requires a secure, physical fenced yard and any children in the family must be 10 years or older. JP is neutered and vaccinated and ready to find his forever family.
To learn more about Jean Pierre and his adoption fee, visit the CARE website.
The mission of Chatham Animal Rescue & Education is to promote the health and safety of all dogs and cats in Chatham County. CARE foster caregivers provide loving, stable homes to homeless cats and dogs, helping them become the best possible pets for their future forever families. CARE works with the Chatham County Animal Shelter (currently open to the public by appointment only) to save the lives of unwanted cats and dogs, manage feral cat colonies, and serve as an educational resource. CARE is a nonprofit animal welfare organization that has served the community since 1975 and relies on individual and corporate donors for support.