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Get to Know Sonic

Breed

Mixed Breed (Small)

Gender

Male

Age

3 Years

Weight

20.72lbs

Location

Lincoln Park Adoption Center

Children
Dogs
Cats UNKNOWN
Home Alone
Activity
Environment

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Sonic's Story

Type of Foster Home: 

Sonic is a 3-year-old small breed dog. He weighs about 21 pounds. Sonic is needing an adults only foster home with no other dogs. He does well crated and is mostly housebroken. He would do best in a low traffic dog area. He loves daily enrichment such as KONGS and snuffle mats!

How to Foster Sonic:

New fosters can take the first step by learning about fostering and completing the Foster Care Application. Veteran foster parents can email acfoster@pawschicago.org to schedule a pickup appointment.

Sonic is available for foster pick-up through the Adoption Center at 1997 N. Clybourn Ave.

Meet Sonic

Sonic can’t wait to meet you!

If you’re interested in adopting this pet, there are few steps you must complete before scheduling an appointment at our Lincoln Park Adoption Center:

1. Please start by taking our ComPETibility Quiz to make sure they’re a good fit for your home. Your ComPETibility Score will help you compare your home to their needs!

2. After completing your ComPETibility Quiz, you will be emailed a link to complete your Adoption Application.

3. Finally, schedule an appointment at our Lincoln Park Adoption Center! During your appointment, you’ll be able to meet all currently adoptable animals at our Lincoln Park Adoption Center and walk through the adoption process with our staff and volunteers. Appointments are not required but encouraged for a more efficient visit.

Please note that while we can’t place holds on adoptable animals for your scheduled appointment, there are always plenty of homeless pets looking for a home! If you don’t meet the perfect pet during your first visit to the Adoption Center, please feel free to schedule another appointment.

Want another way to spend time with our adoptable (or soon-to-be-adoptable) pets? Consider fostering.