Kino is a six-year-old dog who has overcome many challenges in his life so far, but has quite the determined spirit and always remains a delight to be around, no matter the setbacks. Kino was first brought to PACC to be euthanized because he was very underweight and could no longer walk due to excruciating pain caused by a spinal infection. Thanks to numerous pledges and a foster that welcomed him into their home, Kino received a second chance at life. He was put on antibiotics and anti-inflammatory medication, and with love, care, and some rehab in his foster home he has made a spectacular recovery! Kino is now able to walk and play normally and loves a good game of tug-of-war. He would make a great companion to anyone looking for a mellow, lovable pup. Kino is mature enough to be trustworthy in the home without supervision, but young enough to be spunky and playful. Kino would do best in a home without other dogs or small animals, but will repay you with complete and utter loyalty! Kino adores children of all ages and is respectful of toddlers who need extra space to walk. He has wonderful house manners; he knows how to use a dog door and understands that counter surfing is not an approved sport. Kino is an all-around great dog. He has endured so much while still maintaining his fun and playful manner and trust for the people in his life, and he will make a great addition to any family.
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