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My name is Pantera!

Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Kansas City, Missouri - Pantera
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I'm being cared for by:
KC Pet Project

Facts about Pantera

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 34068571
Hi, I'm Pantera! My family brought me to the shelter because they could no longer care for me. I am pretty scared being here at the shelter so I can't wait to go home with my new family.
I need work on leash manners but that is easy to fix, especially since I like treats to help me learn! I'm a happy. goofy. playful. sweet and friendly guy. I'm loving and I like to cuddle and give kisses. I know the command sit. I really like to play with big kids and I love toys.
I have gotten along with friendly dogs before, but I still need to meet my new dog siblings before adoption. Please bring them to the shelter to meet me, staff will help with a dog to dog introduction. My adoption fee includes neuter, microchip, current vaccinations and 30 days of pet insurance.

About KC Pet Project

About Our Shelter...

Kansas City Pet Project was formed to help create a No Kill Community in the Kansas City Metro by providing innovative sheltering and animal control services. The purpose of the Kansas City Pet Project is to facilitate the placement of homeless pets into suitable homes; to establish and maintain an animal shelter for Kansas City, MO; to maintain associated procedures which promote: the health and welfare of pets in our care, prevention of unplanned litters, pet retention and reunification of lost pets to their owners; to increase public safety by addressing issues related to irresponsible pet owners and dangerous animals. We are keenly focused on optimal lifesaving and creating a No Kill Community in the Kansas City Metro

Donate to Our Shelter...

The purpose of the Kansas City Pet Project is to facilitate the placement of homeless pets into suitable homes; to establish and maintain an animal shelter for Kansas City, MO; to maintain associated procedures which promote: the health and welfare of pets in our care, prevention of unplanned litters, pet retention and reunification of lost pets to their owners; to increase public safety by addressing issues related to irresponsible pet owners and dangerous animals. We are keenly focused on optimal lifesaving and creating a No Kill Community in the Kansas City Metro. Donate now to help a needy pet. Your support and generosity is greatly appreciated. Mail Your Donation PO Box 414977 Kansas City, MO 64141

Come Meet Our Pets...

4400 Raytown Rd
Kansas City MO 64129

Tues - Fri: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Sat - Sun: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Closed Mondays

If interested in adopting or fostering this dog please contact one of below contacts:

Adoption Counselor - 816-513-9821

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption is easy!
Adoption consultations help you find the perfect pet for you. There are no “screenings” or long applications—Just the basics to make sure our pets find the right home to fit their needs, and yours!

•No Blanket Adoption Rules
We take your individual situation into consideration during a brief adoption consultation and will help you find a pet that works best with your lifestyle and living arrangement.

•No Fencing Requirements.
No fence—No problem! As long as tethering, a chain, a cables or a tie-out won’t be used as the primary form of containment for your new pet.

•Specialized Staff
We have a full-time veterinarian (no public services) and professional animal behaviorist on staff to help with post-adoption questions and needs.

•Barn Cats & Farm Dogs Available
Select pets available for Barn Cats & Farm Dogs. Discounts may apply!

•Excellent Customer Service

KCPP is committed to providing excellent customer service throughout the entire adoption process, when you are reclaiming an impounded pet, and during all other interactions with the public.