Kiefer came into the shelter on 10/1/2015 as a tiny puppy, and he is now 45 lbs. and full-grown. He is very lab-like in his behavior. He is loyal, loving, affectionate and playful. Kiefer thinks he's a lap dog... His fosters have been so wonderful and have crate trained him and worked hard on basic obedience training. He loves going on walks and will trot alongside a bicycle also. He is very curious about everything. Kiefer has the most adorable big floppy ears. He is a real gem! Kiefer also plays very well with other dogs!
From Kiefer's foster mom, Linda:
This is Kiefer's story. He was brought into the SPCA shelter in October 2015. He was adopted/fostered twice and brought back. We took him in last summer and have discovered his trust, loyalty, and protectiveness. Kiefer's a bundle of energy looking for someone that will walk/run with him, play tug of war or just scratch his belly. He does well with both small and large dogs and doesn't seem over troubled by the cats. I will share some of that as we find him a home that needs him as much as he needs them. Yes we love him and we are holding on to our choice to keep fostering, so he needs a forever home. I can picture it...so can Chris.
Additional foster parent comments:
Kiefer is a SPCA longtimer that we have fostered to help him find his forever home. He is about 2 years old, playful and loves to play with all sizes of dogs. He, of course, is neutered, utd on shots, microchipped, and trained to sit, down, and heel. He is crate-trained and sleeps quietly all night in his crate. He likes to be outside playing during the day, but needs a fenced yard. He would also be a GREAT shop dog, to keep you company and watch your shop at night. Kiefer deserves a loving, loyal home, because that's just what he is! Around 40 lbs, he does not shed and is a good inside dog.
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