mixed breed

Kane 2022-065

hart edmonton

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Age: 1.5 year

Sex: Male

Weight (approx): 72 Ibs

Energy: Medium-High

Children: Yes- recommend older children

Dogs: Yes, but can be selective and reactive

Cats: Yes

“Hi, I’m Kane!

I love to play with my squeeky toys and stuffies.  I also have a quiet and calm temperement, and if you ask me to give kisses, I’ll happily oblige. My foster mom says that I am a loveable guy, and they say that they love how I always bring them a present when they get home.  Like for example, a couch cushion! Because…well… I just want to show them how happy I am!

I really love my foster brother, Pupaya.  But I can be dog selective, so if you have a dog already, I just ask that you let us meet first to make sure we will be a match made in heaven.  ( PRO TIP: If you don’t already have a dog, check out my buddy Pupaya’s profile too.  You could always adopt us both, because I hear 2 is way better than 1!!!  😉 )

Are you looking for an active pupper who can keep up with you on all your adventures, then cuddle on the couch and chill at the end of the day?  Then I’m your guy!  What are you waiting for, click on that “Adopt Me” button below and let’s meet!

Love, Kane

Kane came to hart from the Canadian Animal Task Force clinic held in the community of Maskwacis. He was in overall good condition but has benefited by a healthy diet and lots of love. Kane is up to date with his standard antiparasitics, vaccinations (DACPP, Bordatella, Rabies), microchip and neuter.

Kane knows all his basic commands.  He is fully house and crate trained.

Kane is working on “keeping 4 on the floor” but does get excited and can jump up.  For this reason, it is recommended that Kane be around older kids.

Kane generally walks well on a leash however reacts (whine, bark and growl) if another dog is around. The current foster home is able to manage Kane’s reactivity by creating distractions and creating distance.

Kane requires slow introductions to new dogs and any potential adopter would need to be willing to continue these aspects of Kane’s training.

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