Please contact email@example.com or call 909-206-7112 to inquire on Kringle!
Kringle is now a 1 year old boy who is ready for a family of his own! He was born on 12/17/15. He is a solid boy, weighing in at about 25 lbs. This boy was rescued from a situation where he was kept in a dark room full of urine and feces and was not properly socialized early on. Because of this rough start, he is shy and nervous of new people at first but is very loving once he is comfortable. He will need a family that understands that he will take some time to warm up. He is also way more comfortable around women than men. He loves to play with the other dogs in his foster home but he is not a hyper dog. He currently lives with dogs of every size, from just a few pounds all the way up to 80 lbs. He is friends with them all! We think he needs a home where he will have at least one other canine companion. A dog larger than him might also be best because he does play rough sometimes. He is also good with cats! He is smart, learning to walk on leash. He is trained to go on pee pads while inside the house when his foster mom is at work for the day, and knows to go in and out when she is home. This boy has already been on several meet and greets and trial adoptions and has not been given the proper amount of time to get comfortable. The potential adopters then decided that it would not be a good fit. He needs a permanent, committed home. Please only inquire if you are serious and understand that he is not a dog that will give you instant love, he will need time to trust.
If you are interested in Kringle, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you an adoption application. Kringle is neutered, microchipped, dewormed twice, current on vaccinations (all 3 sets) plus rabies and has been treated with advantage for fleas and ticks.
There is an adoption application, contract, home check and adoption fee required.
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