Meet Kingston! Kingston is an adult male terrier mix and new to the rescue. We will update his bio as we learn more about him. Our veterinarian believes he is an Airedale Terrier mix; because we don't have any information on his background, we have no way to be sure. Kingston is not a hypoallergenic dog.
Kingston came into the rescue from the Mahoning County Dog Pound where he had been brought in as a stray. Kingston is a very sweet boy! He likes to be petted and loves hanging out with his people. Kingston walks well on a leash and would make a good walking partner. He gets along well with other dogs, too! Kingston is crate-trained and seems to be house-trained as well. Kingston is being fostered with a toddler and has done well with her.
In order to adopt Kingston, we require that you are at least 21-years-old and own your home. Any current pets must be spayed/neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations and heartworm prevention. We do conduct a vet records check to confirm this. Unfortunately, we are not currently able to adopt dogs to renters as we have seen too many stories of puppies growing to exceed weight requirements, families moving to new homes that do not allow pets, or landlords changing their pet policies.
Kingston's adoption fee is $300 to cover the cost of his neuter surgery, microchip, Rabies vaccinination, DHLPP vaccination, Bordetella vaccination, heartworm test, fecal test, Strongid dewormer, and monthly Revolution for flea/tick/heartworm prevention. Please email us at email@example.com for an adoption form if you are interested in making Kingston a part of your family.
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