Riley is 6 1/2 years old (June 2016) and definitely a dog so good-looking, that he steals everybody the show! He gets compliments, wherever he goes. In addition to his stunning looks, Riley has received professional obedience training and responds very well to his commands. Riley spent his "childhood" with a family but sadly they lost their house in a fire and soSamson lost his home. He was boarded at a vet, where he spent day in and day out in a small cage and was finally taken home by a young man, who shortly thereafter went to grad-school and so Samson was homeless again. Being a very sensitive boy, Samson had to recover from his heartbreak of loosing his family and he would like to live in a calm and structured home environment. He is a bit shy around new people but once he has warmed up, he LOVES to give kisses and goof around. He is basically a big flirt! Because of his intelligence level and the training he received, Riley would benefit from an adoptive parent who is interested in doing agility and work out hikes with him. He will do best in a home with yard access. Riley also rides well in the car and is very entertaining! If you're interested in meeting Riley, please contact Pacific Coast Dog Rescue at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 310-480-6030 These dogs are looking for homes through private parties in the Los Angeles CA area. This page is a service to help individuals in the L.A. area trying to place dogs into loving homes. The dogs listed on this page are not affiliated with Karma Rescue. We have not evaluated the dogs and they are not under our care. We are not responsible for any adoptions through private parties. To obtain more information about any of these pets, please use the contact information given with each pet's description. All dogs are spayed/neutered prior to being listed on this page.
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