KINGSTON - 17-054 | M | 2 YEARS

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KINGSTON - 17-054 | M | 2 YEARS

300.00

Breed: Golden Retriever mix

Gender: Male

Age: 2 Years Old

Medical/Other Notes:  

  • Running fever, being treated for infection - resolved
  • Needs to be neutered - scheduled Jan. 9
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Kingston was picked up as a stray by animal control.  He is a very calm, gentle boy, who gets along with all the dogs he's met, including a little toto type terrier who wants be boss of everyone. Kingston has no interest in cats, and coexists with them peacefully. He is currently being treated for an infection, and will need to be neutered before adoption. Kingston is settling into his foster and we will know more about him soon.


PROFILE

Kingston is a big cuddly sweetie, and wonderful with all people. He is moderately active, and very trainable. He is pretty good on a leash and with a little work he will be a nice walking companion, and he loves being outside. He’s house trained and sits without being asked when he sees us stirring up his dinner. 

Kingston does well with other dogs, the only issue he has is that he will guard his food bowl. His foster family just feeds him in a separate room, which resolves the problem. He can be possessive of toys towards the other dogs, but never with people. He has chased the residents cats, but seemed more curious than any intent to do harm. He could be ok with cats, but may be better in home without them.

Foster mom says his dream family would have lots of kids who like to play, he’s pretty playful but also really low key for how young he is. He really needs an oversized yard or even some acreage. Kingston loves to roam outside and patrol the fence line. Even on these frigid days he’s had to be called inside because he’s curled up in the grass or making the rounds of the yard. He does bark at all the neighborhood dogs, so a larger property with some distance from other dogs would help with that. He is happy inside too and is fond of a soft bed, but a larger than average yard would be his ideal home where he can patrol his domain. 

Kingston is scheduled to be neutered on January 9, and will be ready to be adopted after he recovers from surgery.


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