***THIS DOG IS LOCATED IN OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA***
***URGENT FOSTER OR ADOPTION NEEDED ASAP***
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK:
Kai was found as a stray and taken in by a Good Samaritan. They vetted him and had him neutered but are not able to keep him. Kai is in urgent need of a foster or adoptive home ASAP
Kai is about the size of a Labrador Retriever right now but still has a little filling out to do. He is heartworm negative, neutered and fully vetted.
Kai is good with other dogs and can be very playful as he is still very puppy-like. He would love to have a fenced yard to run and play in and would be happy if he had another dog to play with, however, that is not a requirement. He is good with small dogs and is also good with children.
Kai is housebroken and loves to go on walks. He is looking for a person or family to call his own. Transport options may be available depending on where you live.
Please email us for more information debihinman
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