Despite his good health, Kipling is deaf! That is the only "special needs" he has.
His personality is absolutely wonderful!!! He is a fluffy, soft lap dog that loves to be held and petted! He also loves to shop!!! He was our entertainment at our last adoption event. He would trot (yes, he has the funniest little bouncy trot) through the store aisles, smelling absolutely everything and thinking he was free to walk to shelves! It was hilarious!
Kipling knows when you are talking to him as he watches your mouth move. If you talk to him while he's looking at you, you'll get him to "talk" back with funny little noises!
He is super sweet and friendly and really deserves a great home!! He's a very low-key boy and would make a great companion to a low-activity family!
We will restrict his adoption to "no children" as he can be easily injured having such a long back.
If you are interested in adopting, please complete an adoption application located at
All Dogs Unlimited Rescue dogs are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on all shots, and are given a monthly flea/tick and heartworm preventative. Upon adoption, all vet records and any current medications are provided to the adopter.
THE SUBMISSION OF YOUR APPLICATION DOES NOT GUARANTEE AN ADOPTION NOR DOES IT OBLIGATE YOU TO ADOPT. Multiple applications are accepted for any available pet and a home is chosen that is the best match between the available pet and the potential furever family. Your application will be processed as quickly as possible and if approved, a home visit would be scheduled. No adoption is final until an Adoption Agreement is presented and agreed to by both parties.
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