**COURTESY POST** Hey all! We need your help. Kingston needs a home.
Kingston is a beautiful boy full of energy! If you are interested in having a jogging or hiking companion, K ingston is your man! He does need to be leashed or have yard with a secure fence, as his social nature makes him become the neighborhood greeter. King is looking to be someone’s best friend and companion.
Don’t let Kingston’s size fool you. He is a very kind, sweet soul. He gets easily excited however, and sometime forgets he is a big boy. We would recommend a home with older children, no cats, and big dogs only. Kingston would never intentionally hurt someone, but he may accidentally knock them down in his enthusiasm. His excitement and high energy can be overwhelming to smaller things. King has never been aggressive with other animals. The only issue he has had in his many encounters is that often the other animal does not want to play as much or as hard as King does! He loves new friends, human and canine alike.
King is housebroken and crate trained. We recommend crating him with a Nylabone when you are not home. He is not food aggressive. He went through training and knows Sit, Stay, Come, Down, and Off. Nothing makes King happier and more responsive than being told that he is a good boy!!!
Please email me at Tess.firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested!
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