Kai (Kye) is a very sweet, good-natured little Pom-X (looks mostly Pom) that ended up in a very overcrowded shelter. Through no fault of his own, his owners did not come for him. But we did! He will make someone a fabulous companion! He is such an adorable little fuzzball and look at those eyes, just pleading for someone to come for him. He is about 2 to 3 years old, friendly with everyone, gets along with most dogs, but probably large dogs would not be a good idea since he is so small. Kai's ideal home would be with someone who is able to spend time with him, can exercise him daily and provide a warm lap. Kai's adoption fee is $200 and includes all medical.
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YOU MUST HAVE A SECURE, FENCED YARD TO ADOPT ONE OF OUR DOGS. PARTIAL FENCING IS NOT ACCEPTABLE. Please see side menu for an explanation.
As with most rescue/shelter dogs, he or she may or may not be housebroken, or at the least need a readjustment /re-training period. If you are not able or willing to retrain a dog with housebreaking in a gentle, repetitious manner please DO NOT APPLY. NEW DOGS REQUIRE SPECIAL HANDLING, TIME and CARE. MAKE SURE YOU ARE WILLING TO MAKE THIS COMMITMENT BEFORE APPLYING.
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