KYNG – A1091287
Safe - 10-3-2016 Manhattan
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KYNG – A1091287
MALE, GRAY / BLUE TICK, AM PIT BULL TER MIX, 4 mos
FOSTER – AVAILABLE, HOLD RELEASED Reason PETS CONFL
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 09/28/2016, From NY 10029, DueOut Date 09/28/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Scan pos# 981020017757796 BARH Returned foster Young puppy Intact male NOSF
Adorable! So cute! Look at him! Wherever baby Kyng goes a chorus of awwws follows and carrying this little attention magnet in my arms makes me the most popular volunteer in town–everyone wants to meet Kyng and Kyng wants to meet everyone! A rough’n’tumble ball of mischievous energy, he’s playful and friendly and always on the go, keen to start his next big adventure and ready to chomp through any toy (or leash) to get there. Kyng’s already mastered his come and sit commands, eats treats nicely from my hand and takes care of all his business promptly once outside but will need a refresher course in toy sharing and appropriate snuggling technique as he’s at an age where it seems like a good idea to explore everything with his mouth–not so much fun if you’re the one being explored! Puppies aren’t for just anyone but if you’re ready to offer Kyng the commitment, consistency and training he needs to be his best big boy self, he promises to follow your lead and reward you with a lifetime of loyalty, love and laughter.
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