Posts Tagged ‘Friends of Chet’

More on Coco!

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February 3rd, 2020 Posted 7:54 am

Coco is Chet’s Feb. Friend of the Month, and Heidi, her human companion, has kindly sent this in: “Coco’s blind in her left eye due to a dog attack in her former home but that doesn’t seem to bother her. Coco is feisty, barks a lot (that’s the Chihuahua in her) and chases squirrels!
She is really a very lovey girl and playful. She will let me know if I’m late with the pm feeding by sitting at her spot in the kitchen and grumbling. We are a pack here, Coco, Corkey and Rigby, but she rules!”

Next month this could be you! Just post a photo to the FB page!

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More on Hank

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January 3rd, 2020 Posted 8:27 am

Jean, Hank’s human companion, has very kindly sent in a little more about this month’s Friend of Chet:

“Hank and I are so excited to be the photo on the upper corner of FB. Hank is a 4 year old English Cocker. He comes from a long line of hunting dogs, however, he is scared of all loud noises, especially gun shots. So the only hunting he does is in the kitchen searching the counter for goodies. His favorite thing in the world is to go on hikes with me. He loves when we go off trail and does not mind getting a little lost. This picture was taken after one of those adventures. His hair design is thanks to the burdocks he could not resist walking through.”

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Meet Melanie!

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October 2nd, 2019 Posted 9:05 am

Chet’s October Friend of the Month. Check out the FB page for details on how this could be you!

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Hoku: More

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September 5th, 2019 Posted 9:25 am

More on Hoku, Chet’s September friend of the month, thanks to human companion Kathy Lam:

“Thank you for selecting Hoku (“star” in Hawaiian) to be your photo of the month. He is about 10 years old, rescued in 2010, and is a Pekingese-Shih Tzu mix. He became a therapy dog that same year, visiting many children and adults. The highlight of Hoku’s therapy dog career came when he became the San Diego District Attorney’s Office’s first volunteer court dog, where he comforted children who were going to be testifying in court against their abusers. He loved each of his kids so much! Now Hoku spends his retirement catching up on the Chet & Bernie books. His hero is Chet, but he loves the antics of Iggy because he thinks he is his twin! Thanks again!”

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