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Kenobi Australian Shepherd Kiowa, OK
- Red / Chestnut / Orange, White / Cream
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
- Good in a home with
- Other dogs, children.
- Adoption fee
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I have had quite the journey, but I reckon most dogs that come into rescue do. My story begins when I ended up dumped and alone. I have no idea why I was allowed to end up in the middle of nowhere but that is my past. I spent a long time just wandering around looking for someone to take me in. I finally found a nice lady who fed me and I decided that I wanted to stay with her. After my stray hold was up and no owner stepped forward, I ended up being surrendered to this rescue. I am now learning all about being a loved family member. Best of all, I am being prepped for my forever home! I don't have long to go! Now that I am sharing my story, someone can fall in love with me and adopt me! ♥
My name is Kenobi and I am a 6-7-month-old male Australian Shepherd mix. I weigh around 45lbs right now. I have a beautiful tri-colored smooth red coat! Given that I am a puppy still, I am a mix of all of the things. I can be calm, I can be playful, I can be adventurous, mischievous, snuggly, and much more! I tend to be most active in the morning and then throughout the day I kind of go with the flow of the household. Overall, I am a happy-go-lucky boy that is both silly and lovable!
Below you will find what my foster has to say about me!
"Kenobi is so sweet and aims to please. He is very smart and Would be very fun to train, he could really go to the next level! He loves to be your companion if it’s part of a group or one on one he is all about the connection. He has beautiful green eyes and always looks like he’s smiling and radiates happiness, his pictures do not always show that. We love his little webbed feet and he is so cute! A funny thing about Kenobi is if he’s doing something wrong and I tell him no he just sits and shuts his eyes real quickly, a true pup!"
??To My New Family (Part 1)??
I am very excited to meet you, but before you apply to adopt me I need you to know some important things about me. I have compiled a list below ?
? If you are looking for someone to take on adventures and out in public, you have come to the right dog's story! I am both friendly and excited when it comes to meeting new people. I have been to the park and gone with my foster mom to pick up her kiddo and have been calm and gentle both times. I must admit that I do like to give hugs sometimes. What better way to express my love than with a hug?!
? I have not shown to be a big chewer in my foster home. Now remember I am a puppy, so things should still be puppy-proofed. Otherwise, you might find yourself missing a shoe ;) I love playing with the ball and my toys. I do enjoy playing in the water and would be ecstatic if my new family had one of those cool kiddie pools for me to play in.
? I know food aggression and resource guarding are common with rescue dogs. I have not shown signs of having either in my foster home. It is important that this is something my family be aware of and still monitor should they have other dogs in my new home. Always better to be prepared just in case ?
? I do great with other dogs and tend to be on the more playful side with them. '
?My foster does not have any cats, so I am unsure how I would do with them.
? I have been around kids and I LOVE them! However, I am still young myself and may accidentally knock a young one over.
? I am working on my potty and kennel training. At night, I tend to alternate between sleeping by the end of my fosters bed or the bathroom. I would totally sleep in bed with them if they let me, though.
?I have not shown to be a big barker in my foster home. I will bark if there is cause too, though.
? I am unsure how I would do in an apartment setting. It would really depend on how active my new owner was. As far as leash walking goes, I am okay. I am learning how a leash walks and tend to walk kinda slow. Road trips are not really my thing and I tend to get car sick.
?I am being fostered in Edmond, OK. We do not send our dogs on transports or ship them. This means my new family needs to pick me up, even if they are out of state.
?My adoption fee is $225. That includes DHLPP, Rabies, and Bordatella shots. I will be micro-chipped, heart-worm tested, have a fecal done, be de-wormed, be spayed/neutered, and will be current on heart-worm and flea/tick prevention.
??To My New Family (Part 2)??
I am very ready to find my forever family, however, I want to make sure that not only am I a good fit for you but that you are a good fit for me! Below you will find some of the things that I hope for in my new home
My ideal home would be one with children and multiple people or a single person as long as there was time to play. I tend to adapt to new environments quickly and do a good job of entertaining myself when no one is able to play with me. I would love a family that has a big fenced-in yard for me to romp around in and patrol. It would be awesome to have another doggie companion in my new home. However, it depends on my owner's activity level. If they are home most of the day and can properly exercise me I would also be fine as an only dog.
I hope that you will apply to adopt me at https://www.pyrpawsandfluffytailsrescue.com/adoption-app
Thanks for letting me share my story with you ?
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- Australian Shepherd
- Red / Chestnut / Orange
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