Kodiak was picked up as a stray. He had to have his collar removed surgically so we can safely assume he wasn't very well taken care of. He is thin and is slowly putting on weight. We assume he hasn't had much training but he does like to play ball. Before we got him he was adopted out and returned because it was the absolutely wrong situation for him. Now he with us until we can find him the right home. He is doing realy great with the female shepherd he shares his kennel with and not a big fan of other big male dogs. We recommend a home with older or no children and no cats.
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Central Arizona Animal Rescue is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation.
We are located in San Tan Valley, AZ.
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