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Kanha

a picture of Kanha a dog that needs a foster home.

Location: Issaquah, WA

Age: 3 years, 5 months

Posted on: 11/14/2021

Posted by: Individual

Kanha urgently needs a foster home

Why is fostering needed?

We are looking to rehome our dog, Kanha. We recently moved into an apartment, and we have a baby in the home now, and we want Kanha to be somewhere where he can have more room and more attention from his owners. It has also become difficult for us financially to care for him.
Rather than surrender him to a shelter, which would add extra stress on him, we would prefer a fostering situation until we find him the perfect permanent home.

Kanha is a beautiful 70 pound black, short-haired Dalmatian-Lab mix. He is a happy and playful dog with a silly, rambunctious personality. He loves to run outside, go to the dog park, snuggle, and play fetch or tug-of-war. He is also a great watch-dog. He is potty-trained, leash-trained, and crate-trained. He is neutered and has all his immunizations and microchip.
Kanha was adopted from a rescue when he was 2 and a half months old, and has lived for 3 years with myself and my now 16 year old daughter. We now have a baby in the house, and have recently moved into an apartment. Though we do have a dog park in our complex, we feel that Kanha would be much happier in a home where he can roam freely around the house, spend a lot of time around his humans, and have an outdoor space where he can be off-leash often, run and exercise.
The ideal match for Kanha would be a gentle person who has some experience with big dogs, has time to spend with him, and is able to give him lots of love and attention. Someone who likes the outdoors and walking or hiking could be a good match for Kanha, because he loves to walk and run in the outdoors. Someone who would like a watchdog or a companion to protect you while walking could also be a good match.
Kanha likes to be with his humans as much as possible, and prefers not to be left outside, in his crate, or in another room, though he will go into his crate when necessary. He loves to go on car rides and will gladly keep your seat warm while he waits for you do your errands. He does fine staying home if he needs to, but he much prefers to stretch on the couch and roam around the house than to have to go into his crate while you are gone.

How long is fostering needed for?

Until a new home is found

Other notes

Kanha is a beautiful 70 pound black, short-haired Dalmatian-Lab mix. He is a happy and playful dog with a silly, rambunctious personality. He loves to run outside, go to the dog park, snuggle, and play fetch or tug-of-war. He is also a great watch-dog. He is potty-trained, leash-trained, and crate-trained. He is neutered and has all his immunizations and microchip.
Kanha was adopted from a rescue when he was 2 and a half months old, and has lived for 3 years with myself and my now 16 year old daughter. We now have a baby in the house, and have recently moved into an apartment. Though we do have a dog park in our complex, we feel that Kanha would be much happier in a home where he can roam freely around the house, spend a lot of time around his humans, and have an outdoor space where he can be off-leash often, run and exercise.
The ideal match for Kanha would be a gentle person who has some experience with big dogs, has time to spend with him, and is able to give him lots of love and attention. Someone who likes the outdoors and walking or hiking could be a good match for Kanha, because he loves to walk and run in the outdoors. Someone who would like a watchdog or a companion to protect you while walking could also be a good match.
Kanha likes to be with his humans as much as possible, and prefers not to be left outside, in his crate, or in another room, though he will go into his crate when necessary. He loves to go on car rides and will gladly keep your seat warm while he waits for you do your errands. He does fine staying home if he needs to, but he much prefers to stretch on the couch and roam around the house than to have to go into his crate while you are gone.

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