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King is looking for a new castle to land in as the one he called home has been turned upside down. He was dropped off and just left at a cousin's house. His owner never came back to get him, just never came back. King stayed at the cousin's home for a short time and then found himself here as he could no longer stay where he was. He ended up here in our shelter, another unknown scary place where he has to live in a cage. We need to find this friendly boy a new home, a new castle. He is a young adult listed as around 1 yr old and a healthy size of about 60-65 pounds. He is house trained. He is crate trained and he is good with kids! He is a friendly boy who would benefit from daily exercise and playtime as we are told he can be a silly boy. We do not know how King feels about cats, though. King is said to be good w/ other dogs and we at the shelter have walked him w/ other dogs but we have not allowed playtime just yet. He will pull a lot on the leash when he sees other dogs, possibly bc he is excited and wants to meets them. King is a handsome boy with the floppy ears that just make you smile. King is waiting in the back for a spot in adoption so just come in and ask to meet him. We would love to introduce you! He is at the Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center located at 341 S Birdneck Rd in Va Beach. His id # is 1609-1672.
Virginia Beach Animal Care & Adoption Center has wonderful pets available for adoption. As of December 6, all animals are now at the new shelter at 341 Birdneck Road. The former shelter on Leroy Drive is now closed. If you have lost a pet, please visit the shelter in person and often as lost animals arrive everyday.
Act quickly to adopt 1609-1672 King. Pets at this Shelter may be held for only a short time.
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