Volunteering for Chow Rescue of Maryland; the Red Cross, a local hospital; I donate (when I can) and volunteer for many chow rescues,, and also Americares (helps worldwide disaster victims); my chow chow donated 5 years of service as a certified therapy service dog to his local hospital and senior facility. He's semi-retired, due to poor eyesight and slowed gait. But, you know, he doesn't read anyway and he doesn't need to drive! He sniffs with gusto on his walks and has become a wise senior chow, a kingly lion, who has earned his home. We are a 100% unpaid, non-profit rescue organization dedicated to rescuing and securing loving homes for adoptable chow chows.
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