Trinity - June 2017

Lowrider - June 2017

Ramesses aka Scotch - July 2017

Cesar aka Galvez - July 2017

Friday - April 2017

Alpha - June 2017

Bunny - April 2017

Dolly aka Savvy - July 2017

Doll - March 2017

Gavin aka Big Red - July 2017

Amiga - May 2017

  • Sheree Partain

  • Sherri Butler

  • Tricia Havis

  • Kimberly Jordan

  • Erika Gonzalez

  • Lisa Cossettini

  • Denise Bailey

  • Joyce Boeck

  • Tammy Woods

  • Kaitlyn Coffy

  • Karen Young

  • Shirley Orrell

  • Malissa Lane


Ronnie - August 2017

Cota aka Roomba - May 2017

Brutus - May 2017

Patience aka Belize - August 2017

Coco aka Jellybean - August 2017

Calliope aka Pixel - April 2017

Voodoo - July 2017

Simba - July 2017

Hunky Dory - May 2017

Ranger aka Klinger - August 2017

Oso aka Dupree - April 2017

Sandy - March 2017

Dolittle - April 2017

 Grizzly - February 2017

Ama - March 2017

Inside Pattern

Capri - August 2017

Luna - June 2017

Penny - July 2017

Ellie - March 2017

Clutch - July 2017

Mimi - July 2017

Jack Sprat - July 2017

 Widget - July 2017

Leo aka Picante - July 2017

We Now Have A Senior Fund!

Three years have gone by since our dear friend, mentor and fellow Chow Chow advocate Dianne Watson was tapped by God and left us. As most of you know, HCCC was formed in honor of Dianne for her many years of service and her passion for helping the breed she loved so much.

At the 3 year mark of Dianne's passing, we rescued and adopted 3 senior chows in a span of 3 weeks. Meanwhile, a canvas bag honoring Dianne’s passion for rescue was lovingly being crafted by one of our volunteers as a surprise. When we saw the finished bag we were in awe and humbled. At the same time we wondered about providing this bag to others for a dual purpose; provide a beautiful creation for others to enjoy and proudly display their chow love and secondly, to dedicate the proceeds from the purchase of the bag to assist those in adopting older chows.

So we asked ourselves, "Can we do this? Can we encourage chow lovers to adopt a senior shelter chow with no adoption fee if we provide funds to assist with senior care such as providing initial vetting and medication?" And we decided, heck YES! Dianne would love this idea and we have nothing to lose - but our senior shelter chows sure do.

Therefore, the Senior Chow Fund was born and the proceeds from each canvas bag will fuel the account.


Please help us honor Dianne and directly help Senior Chows by purchasing your bag at Til the Chows Come Home, our Etsy store.


The beautiful, flat bottomed bag is approximately 14” long at the bottom and tapers to 17” long at the top. It is 15“ tall and 5” wide. This heavy canvas bag can be modified with a custom lining and middle divider. Simply convo our store manager with your modifications. Each bag made from scratch.  Click the below link to purchase your bag:

Etsy - Canvas Tote Bag

Thank you for helping our seniors!

Mae - August 2017

Kojak - May 2017

Adobe - July 2017

Creole - April 2017

Obi - July 2017

Troy - July 2017

Violet - May 2017

Cajun - July 2017

Bobo - July 2017

Saja - May 2017

Paws - April 2017

Chewie - August 2017

Amarillo - July 2017

 Yogi - April 2017

Magic Mike - July 2017

Max - July 2017

Indy - March 2017

Cherub - May 2017

Sweet Pea - August 2017