mixed breed

Kane 2022-065

Date of Birth: January 18,2022

Sex: Male

Weight (approx): 68 Ibs

Energy: Medium-High

Children: Yes- recommend older children

Dogs: Yes, but can be selective

Cats: Yes, but likes to play and chase

Hey there, I’m Kane, and I’m on the lookout for my perfect match! Let me give you the inside scoop on what makes me, well, me!

Energy-wise, I’d say I’m a happy medium. I love a good walk and some playtime, but I’m also a pro at chilling out and enjoying some downtime. Speaking of walks, they’re one of my absolute favorite things! I’ve got a nose for adventure and love sniffing around, but I’m equally happy snuggling up on the couch with you.

What gets my tail wagging? People and dogs I know and love, of course! I might get a little excited and jump up, but it’s just my way of showing how happy I am to see you. And don’t worry, I settle down pretty quickly once the initial excitement wears off. Now, let’s talk about other furry friends. I’m usually cool with dogs, but I do need a bit of time to warm up. And as for cats, well, I think they’re fascinating! I might want to chase and play, but I’m always gentle and respectful.

When it comes to physical handling, I’ll be honest—I’m a bit of a shy guy at first. Putting on my leash or harness might make me duck and cower, but once I get to know you, I’m all about those cuddles and pets!  Strangers? I can be a bit shy around them, especially if I’m feeling confined. But give me some space, and I’ll warm up to you in no time! New situations? They’re not really my jam, to be honest. I’m a creature of habit and feel most comfortable in familiar surroundings. Kids? Hmm, they’re not really my cup of tea. I had a bit of a rough time with them in the past, so I’d probably do best in a home with older kids. Now, let’s talk crates. I’m not a huge fan, I’ll admit. They make me a bit nervous and anxious, but with some patience and love, I’m sure I’ll learn to feel more comfortable.

But hey, I’m not all quirks and nervousness! I’ve got some pretty adorable habits too, like how I’ll bring you a toy (or a pillow) when I’m feeling extra loving.

So, what kind of home am I looking for? Well, I think I’d do best with someone who’s patient, understanding, and willing to help me come out of my shell. A confident doggy sibling would be great too, someone who can show me the ropes and help me feel more secure. A yard would be nice, but it’s not a must-have. I’m perfectly content going for walks and exploring new places with you by my side.

If you’re looking for a loyal companion who’s full of love and just waiting for the right person to come along, then look no further—I’m your guy! Let’s make some memories together, shall we?

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 but is very anxious in his crate.

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, can be reactive to other dogs.  His foster home has found that he is fairly easily distracted and will quickly move on. Kane requires a patient home who can work with him to develop his confidence. 

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