Prince Koda is an 18 month old brown Newfoundland who is sweet and adorable as can be! Koda had absolutely no manners when he arrived, he now walks nicely on a leash, doesn't counter surf, will heel and sit on command also. Koda is housebroken, but needs to be kept on a schedule or he will have an accident. He does have separation anxiety, he will stay alone by himself now for up to hour without being destructive. He would benefit from an adopter that is willing to continue to work with him on his anxiety, is a stay at home person or can take him to doggie day care. Koda will require not only an adopter with current or previous Newfoundland experience but a fenced in yard also. Please do not ask us to deviate from this policy, applications that do not meet this requirement will not be accepted. Koda does well with all dogs, but tends to play rough with dogs smaller than 25 lbs, as he does not understand his size and no cats for this guy! Koda loves to go for walks, sit in his pool, gives hugs, cuddle, play with a ball, toys and loves to go for car rides. While he loves all children, he gets so excited when he sees them, he will jump on them, he will not be adopted to a home with children under the age of 8 years old for their safety and his. Koda has been neutered, is heartworm negative and current on his vaccines, including rabies and bordetella. When Koda was rescued, he had bilteral entropic eyes and a cherry eye, they have been corrected. He has been treated for worms multiple times, as he had a severe case when he arrived. He has been microchipped and started on monthly flea and heartworm prevention also.
Koda's adoption donation is $400.00
All of our Royal's are spayed or neutered, brought current on all shots, including rabies and bordetella, heartworm tested, wormed, microchipped and receive a dental if needed.
An application must be completed, submitted and approved prior to meeting any of our Royal Prince and Princesses. A completed application does not guarantee adoption approval
If interested in adopting into your family, please download an adoption application at our web site http://www.royaltydogrescue.com
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