From the looks of him, people would guess that Chad's life has always been filled with personalized dog bowls and schnazy ties. Chad's roots are more complicated than that, however.
Orphaned when he was just a pup, Chad went through a series of foster homes and animal shelters. In each one, he was ridiculed for being the son of a bitch, and unwanted offspring to a no-good, dog of a father.
After an admittedly tough puppyhood, riddled with chasing stray cats, getting high on catnip, and barking at mailmen, Chad has pulled himself up by his paw furs to become an advocate against dog-fighting, and the spokesperson for the National Association for the Advancement of Mixed Mutts (NAAMM).
Chad is the one candidmutt willing to speak the truth about what's going on in Washington, from the ground up. For the past four dog years, he has been the governing paw in Arizona. He has used his expertise on shelter life, and struggles with his hairitage, to get things done and make the lives of many Arizonians better. Let's see what he can do for all of U.S.!