Kaiser is looking for his forever home. He is a husky, approximately 6 years old and approximately 60 pounds.
Kaiser and his sister Kayla have been together their whole lives and have spent their time in a yard with an electric fence. They came to the rescue after they were surrendered due to a family illness.
Now Kaiser is looking to the future to a life of love and a steady supply of hugs and kisses. He is super with other dogs and such a character. He also gets along well with children. One of his many endearing qualities is that he loves to talk. What's better than a dog that you can carry a conversation with? You will be the envy of all your friends and neighbors with Kaiser by your side.
Kaiser will not do well in a home with cats or small animals. He is house trained but it is important to understand that sometimes dogs may have an accident or two as they adjust to a new environment.
He has had limited exposure to leash walking and is also not crate trained. However with steady patience and guidance he can grow into mastering those skills.
Kaiser loves to play and fetch is the name of his game. He thrives on living life to the fullest with every chance he gets. Got car rides? Kaiser would love to go places with his human companions since car rides are one of his favorite things.
You can't go wrong with this beautiful boy by your side.
The fee for adoption is $450. This includes spay/neuter, vaccinations and transport fees.
Interested in adopting Kaiser? To get the ball rolling head over to http://www.dogstarrescue.org/the-form/ and submit your application today. A Dog Star representative will contact you within 24 hours. To help speed up the process, please call your vet and give them permission to speak with us.
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