KANE – 15040
Safe - 12-7-2017 Manhattan
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KANE – 15040
Age: 16 years old
Is Vaccinated: Yes
Coat Type: Thick
Primary Color: Black
Secondary Color: White
Weight: 51.5 lbs.
A Little Bit About Me…
A volunteer writes: One wonders if Kane is really 16, yes, 16 year old… I would give him 10, at most. He is all dandy looking, in great shape and dressed in a lush shiny thick Shepie coat. His teeth are pretty nice and his eyes are barely cloudy. He is spry, up and about, happy to be out and in company and very eager to act younger than his stated age. Kane is a dream on the leash, a good sitter(he can also jump high for treats), comes when called, does his business in the street with minimal marking and meets other dogs proudly. He is polite in playgroups with his peers but I could see for myself that, although while a gentleman, he has an eye for the ladies . At first a little aloof, Kane transforms quickly into a friendly and sociable companion, sitting by my side and appreciating petting. He is fine with staff or other volunteers joining me in our pen. He never acts anxious like looking for exits but sticks around me and he is always utterly happy to see someone at his door. In a nutshell, Kane is a handsome gent, elegant while warm, well mannered , in great shape and good with other dogs. Classified as a super senior, he does not look or act like one and will make still a great and upbeat companion. Come and meet him soon at the Manhattan Care Center.
Let’s get to know each other a bit more…
My medical notes are…
Details on my behavior are…
12/1: When introduced off leash to a female dog, Kane greets politely and wanders the pen.
Summary (2): 12/2: Kane greets a female dog politely and wanders the pen.
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