Kiefer came into the shelter on 10/1/2015 as a tiny puppy, and he is expected to be a medium-sized dog when full-grown (26 lbs. at most recent weighing). He is very lab-like in his behavior. He is loving, affectionate and playful. Kiefer thinks he's a lap dog... 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.
Act quickly to adopt Kiefer--in foster. Pets at this Shelter may be held for only a short time.
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