Breed restrictions strike again and left another "pit" without a home. King was adopted from the Chesterfield Animal Shelter November of 2015. He had a great home with a big fenced in yard. Unfortunately, circumstances beyond King's "dad's" control made him have to move into an apartment. Even though papers said "lab mix," the apartment complex took one look at this gentle dog and said "no way" for no other reason than breed prejudice.
So, we find King here with us now. King was crated while his dad worked during the day and loved to go straight to the big backyard when he was let out. King loved to spend his time out there, so his owner never spent much time housetraining him. However, since he is crate trained, we're guessing there won't be too many problems with accidents because when he's out of his crate, someone would be home to be able to take him out.
King had a 4 year old and an 8 year old child in the home to play with and was said to have been wonderful with them. King's dad said he is also submissive to other dogs and played almost daily with a german shepherd and a lab. King's rabies vaccination has been up to date for the past year and expires in November this year.
King would make an absolute wonderful family pet! Feel free to come meet any of our adoptable animals anytime we are open, no appointment needed. You may contact us on Facebook, email us at email@example.com, or call us at 804-991-3200 if you have any further questions.
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