found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Kobe is completely house-trained, great with other dogs big and small, great with kids and adults, and simply very well behaved.
He loves the car and always comes when he is called. He is simply a great dog, full of love, charm, and good looks!
I did some research on King Shepherds, and this is what I discovered:
The King Shepherd is a large-sized German Shepherd Dog. The incredibly adaptable German Shepherd Dog is today a popular guard dog, police dog, guide dog, search-and-rescue dog, drug-sniffing dog, and pet.
The King Shepherd was bred by American breeders in the 1990’s by crossing the German Shepherd Dog with the Alaskan Malamute and Great Pyrenees in an effort to make a larger variant.
The King Shepherd is unusually intelligent and unconditionally loyal, obedient, brave, and protective. He is known for its fearlessness but it is by no means hostile or aggressive. King Shepherds are poignant and devoted, making wonderful companions and ideal watchdogs. They are highly versatile and can fit in with many different lifestyles.
The King Shepherd is unusually intelligent and unconditionally loyal, obedient, and loving.
King Shepherds are eager pupils and are quick to learn new tricks. They are most responsive to their owner’s voice. The King Shepherd’s versatility makes them suitable for a wide variety of activities including dog sports.
The King Shepherd prefers a yard to play in, but can tolerate life in an apartment if sufficient exercise is provided.
Of course, Kobe is neutered and up to date on all of his shots – he is perfectly healthy and has had his vet exam.
He really is a cool dog – unusual and special!
You might even want to take him home for a sleepover, so you can see how well he blends with your family and your other pets. He is just great!
To meet this wonderful gentleman and the rest of our other great foster puppies, please call 858-602-2061 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.