Friendly, loving, good-natured, well-balanced, mature and easygoing - these are all adjectives that describe this handsome boy Kilt! We rescued Kilt from a high-kill shelter in San Bernardino County in March 2016, and he has impressed volunteers with his sweet and laidback disposition. In fact, he is such a rock star that he was recently promoted to front office greeter status! He enjoys mingling with other dogs of all sizes and gets along with everyone he meets. Kilt has a shaggy coat that will require moderate grooming from time to time. He has been diagnosed with hip dysplasia, which is fairly common in certain medium to large breed dogs. However, a vet has confirmed that he does not require surgery at this time, and through proper diet, exercise, and supplements, Kilt will have just as healthy and happy a life as the best of them. Kilt is fully grown at about 5 and a half years old, and he is a great size of 35 pounds. Come look into his big brown eyes in person and you’ll be smitten!
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