Cr-doped SrRuO3 (SRCO) thin films were grown on an SrTiO3 (STO) (001) substrate using a pulsed laser deposition method in order to study the effects of the Cr doping. Measurements of the out-of-plane lattice constant and the electrical and magnetic properties indicate that Cr is incorporated into the B-site of the SRO lattice. Magnetic hysteresis measurements reveal a ferromagnetic nature with a saturation magnetization of about 0.75 Â¿B/Ru. The magnetization measurement of Sr(Ru0.9Cr0.1)O3 showed a ferromagnetic transition temperature TC = 165 K. This TC value is about 13 K higher than that reported for SrRuO3 thin films. The TC enhancement due to Cr doping in SrRuO3 thin film was less than that observed for the bulk sample. Electrical resistivity measurements of the SRCO thin films reveal metallic behavior, with a much larger residual resistivity of ~260 Â¿Â¿ cm compared to 26 Â¿Â¿ cm for SrRuO3 thin films.