Furry Kids' Refuge is in need of good quality dog and puppy food with meat as the first ingredient. You can drop off donations at our weekly adoption events at the Lee's Summit Petco (1860 NW Chipman Road, Lee's Summit, MO), Saturdays only from Noon to 4:00 p.m. Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.
Approx. DOB: 6/8/2009 Approx. Weight: 73 lbs.
Adoption fee $100 and includes a 2 week trial to ensure everyone's happiness.
Cole was picked up as a stray by Nevada animal control and never claimed by his family. Poor Cole was covered in fleas and was missing the fur on the back half of his body due to the infestation. The shelter got the fleas off of him and now is going to take time for all the fur to grow.
Cole loves people! He wants to be with his foster family all the time. He just craves the attention he must never of gotten in his last home. He likes children too.
Cole does really well with dogs that are laid back like him....not the ones jumping on him to play or puppies that go non stop....he likes the chilled out type. He won't do well worth dominant male dogs.
Cole enjoys going for walks. Anything to be close to his human. He is crate trained and since he is in our private boarding facility we can't guarantee he is house broke...we hope to find out soon.
Cole is really well behaved and will make some lucky family a wonderful companion.
Cole has been neutered, vaccinated, heart worm tested negative, micro chipped and has had his teeth cleaned. If you would like to meet/ adopt Cole please fill out a application at www.furrykidsrefuge.organization, click on the 'Adopt a Dog' icon and a dedicated volunteer will be in touch. Thank you for your interest in Cole.
Would you like to foster a Furry Kid? Furry Kids' Refuge will supply the food & vet care while you supply the basic house rules & love.......win-win for all!! Just visit our website http://www.furrykidsrefuge.org/category/fostering/ for more information. Thanks for your support!
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