Kupa'a is a 4-5 year old 70 lb black lab mix (possibly with Catahoula based on his subtle spots you can catch in the sunlight). This boy will make a wonderful addition to the right family. Kupa'a is smart and obedient and thrives with strong leadership. He does well with other dogs in his pack (no cats, please) including children of all ages! Kupa'a walks well on a leash with a training collar but does need a handler who will hold him accountable otherwise he is prone to reactivity. He loves to run and play but settles down well in the home and is crate and house trained. He will need a secure fenced yard to stretch his legs, and no apartments for this big boy! He is wonderful with people and has an overall balanced temperament.
Fenced yard required
Dog experience required
Any age kids ok
Balanced dogs ok
Adoption Info: Adoption fee is $500, which includes spay/neuter, current rabies/DAPPV/bordetella vaccinations, microchip, health certificate, and heartworm test. A take home training session with On The Mark Balanced Training will be included with adoption. All adoption fees are donations to a Washington non-profit corporation and all donations go to benefit the animals in our rescue.
Apply online at www.DogGoneSeattle.org
Animal History: This dog was transferred from our Kauai Humane Society rescue partner. This dog was adopted in Dec 2019 and returned in May 2021 due to leash reactivity to other dogs.
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