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Kawi 401D   

In shelter Dog

Bullard, Smith County, Texas, United ...
Pet name:
Kawi 401D
Great Dane
Pflugerville TXThough reportedly a seven-year-old unspayed (spay upcoming!) female, our guess is she would be more like five years old. She has a little more energy and spunk than her brother. And tends to be a little more obstinate, too.  She loves to climb on her humans. Tries to cuddle as close as she can, including at night. She does not understand the concept of laying vertically vs. horizontally! She loves to give big sloppy wet kisses. Also a giant couch potato who loves her food and treats. She can catch them mid-air!We would recommend that she not be separated from her brother.  She, in particular, is attached to him. She is house trained and can utilize a doggie door. She’s good with other dogs and children. Again, we have not had them around young children to date. Neither Moto or Kawi appear to be runners. They stay or get back as we enter and exit our home. They are active during car rides. Walk around the entire vehicle. Each have some cosmetic issues on their bodies that we were told could be remedied during their spay and neuter. APPLY TO ADOPT THESE TWO TODAY!For more information, please email us at  For an application to foster or adopt, please go to and fill out an app.  Thank you so much, we look forward to helping you.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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