My name is Kilo!

Husky Mix Dog for adoption in Walker, Louisiana - Kilo
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I'm being cared for by:
Dog People of Livingston

Facts about Kilo

  • Breed: Husky Mix
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Hey my name is Kilo. Pretty awesome name, right? I am fast as lightning in every thing I do. Superman has nothing on me.Wanna see me run? You can't because I'm too fast! But if you're looking for a running partner, I'll try to slow it down a bit so you can keep up. I'm also super strong. Move over Hercules! Nothing but the toughest of toys for this top dog! I will seek out the weak ones and immediately destroy them! I believe that nothing is impossible, if you are AWESOME! Which I AM! I want to be a super-hero dog. Maybe search and rescue? Those guys are pretty awesome. I even recently defeated heartworms! Like they stood a chance against the awesome Kilo!

Ok, so now that you know how totally awesome I am, lets get to the generic stuff... I'm about 5 years old. I'm a husky/shepherd mix. I'm totally fine with kids. I'm ok with many girl dogs. But not boy dogs.They get to jealous of my awesomeness, and I just can't deal with that. And I'm really just looking for an awesome person that I can crash on the sofa with after a day filled with being Awesome together. How's that sound to you? Here are some videos of me to show my awesomeness.

Don't forget to click the one with my photos up top too. Submit an adoption application for any of our dogs by visiting our website at this link:

About Dog People of Livingston

About Our Rescue Group...

Dog People of Livingston is a 501c3 non-profit organization focused on improving the lives of homeless dogs in our community. We are a foster based rescue located in Livingston Parish, Louisiana. Our dedicated team of rescuers, fosters, and volunteers works tirelessly saving the lives of dogs at our local kill-shelter as well as other homeless dogs throughout our parish. Through our adoption and transport programs as well as partnerships with northern rescues and shelters, we have been able to help over 200 puppies and dogs find their forever homes locally and out of state.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

We hold adoption events at local businesses at least once a month. Anyone interested in one of our dogs can also contact us to coordinate a meet and greet with that dog and their family.

Our Adoption Process...

Interested in adopting a dog or puppy in our foster program?

Step #1: Submit an Adoption Application:
(Please allow 2-3 days for application processing. If you do not hear from a volunteer within, 48 hours of submitting your application, please contact our team at

Step #2: Meet & greet

Step #3: Home Visit

Step #4: Adoption Paperwork & Fees


Puppy (under 6 months): $150
Includes all puppy shots, rabies vaccination (at 12-14 weeks), microchip (with registration), and spay/neuter (at 6 months of age)

Dogs (6 months & up): $125
Includes all vaccinations (including Rabies), Microchip (with registration), and spay/neuter.

Heartworm Positive Dogs: $80
Includes all vaccinations (including Rabies), Microchip (with registration), spay/neuter, and 2-3 months of heartworm medications.

Seniors for Seniors: Fee-waived
Includes all vaccinations (including Rabies), Microchip (with registration), and spay/neuter.

Veterans & Active-Duty Military: Fee-waived
Includes all vaccinations (including Rabies), Microchip (with registration), and spay/neuter.

To foster, please fill out this application. A volunteer will review your application and be in touch shortly (please allow 2-3 days for application processing). Remember fostering saves lives!