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Name: Kodiak
Rescue ID: D200190
Status: Available for Adoption (adoption info)
Adoption Fee: 300
Species: Dog
Breed: Shepherd / Mixed
Sex: Male (neutered)
Current Size: 85 Pounds
General Potential Size: Large
Current Age: 4 Years (best estimate)
Activity Level: Slightly Active
Good with Dogs: No
Good with Cats: No
Good with Kids: Yes
Housetrained: Yes
Description:
Hi! I’m Kodiak, a sweet, affectionate boy who is super excited to find my forever home. I was rescued from a construction site near a rail yard and I am thrilled to have an opportunity to find a family that I can love. 
 
Training and trust will be key to make sure I can be the best dog I can be. I’m house trained, crate trained and get so excited when I see my leash but could use a little help learning not so pull so much. 
 
I love as much attention as possible, laying around and tugging on my rope toy. I would prefer not to share my home with any other animals or small children. I was a stray and need some time to learn my surroundings. A home where I can continue to learn will make me most happy.
 
I’ve been described as gorgeous, affectionate, smart and strong. I am very alert when it comes to loud noises, such as the garbage truck or new sounds. My future owners will need to be patient and kind, and continue with my training and socialization. 
 
I’m a sweet boy who is longing for a home where I’ll never be left behind again. Can you help me complete my journey and make my dreams of a loving home come true?
 
For more information or questions, email atrembley@yahoo.com.

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