Kodiak was picked up as a stray and had to have his collar surgically removed. When we got him from the pound he was a little unsure of our intentions, but as time has passed Kodiak has opened up and he just keeps getting better! He will jump around with excitement as you enter his cage and will demand that you either play ball, or spray him with the hose!
Kodiak does well with female dogs, however we aren't sure how he is with cats. We are going to say that it's probably a no-go with those. We are also going to suggest NO smaller kids in the home, but older, well-mannered ones should be fine (introductions are required).
We have had Kodiak for awhile now and despite all that he's been through, he still finds a way to give out enormous amounts of love and will make a great addition to your home! Kodiak is fixed, current on his shots, microchipped and more than ready to continue on to the next chapter in his life! Let's get this boy home :)
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