It was July 2009 when the pitiful cries of a darling little dog could be heard coming from a box outside the building of an animal center located in Canfield, Ohio. She was found abandoned, completely alone and very miserable, wailing her heart out. Fortunately, the box had been left at Angels for Animals, an animal group who works in close association with the ASPCA.
The young pooch was in desperate need of a loving home and her big brown eyes implored everyone. It was Elizabeth Stark’s family that adopted the adorable pup.
Chooey, as the lovable little female was named, had been some dangerous odds and had been given a renewed start in life. She was named Chooey because she had a snaggletooth that the Starks found especially endearing.
Instead of spelling her name “chewey” they altered the spelling to “Chooey” for notable shoe designer Jimmy Choo, even though the little dog enjoyed munching on her human’s shoes.
She won the family over very quickly. These humans realized right from the beginning how much she impacted their lives. In no time at all, they simply fell in love with the darling blonde dog.
“How could anyone not enjoy the company of such a sweet little companion?” Stark said. “Chooey is unlike any other dog I have ever encountered. Sometimes I’m not even sure if she is really a dog. She stretches like a cat, howls like a wolf, dances like a monkey, and smiles like a toddler.”
She has become a remarkable pet to the Starks. She is an energetic, loyal and dedicated companion. She rules the Stark household with unconditional love.
“Sometimes the best things really do come in small packages—and they're covered with fur and filled with love,” said Stark.
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