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Kyle - Young and Full of Promise   

In shelter Dog

Bellevue, Pleasant Valley Township, B...
Pet name:
Kyle - Young and Full of Promise
Labrador Retriever, Mixed
Coat length:
Kyle - 8 month old Lab mix. Must have another dog in the home. Needs a yard. Kids over 12.

Meet Kyle! Such a handsome pup! He found himself on the streets after the big storm in Texas. No owner was found so he came to Seattle to look for a new forever home. 

Kyle is a good boy! He is fun, playful and happy and enjoys exploring the world. His foster is teaching him to swim and he loves the beach. He will do best with another dog in the home to give him confidence and to have fun with. He is young and active and will do well in a home with people who enjoy being outdoors and go on walks and hikes. 

He is now updated on shots,  neutered and chipped. His adoption fee is $495.

We cover the medical to prepare the pet for adoption and the adopt donations go directly to cover those costs and range from $295-$495.  Thank you for stepping up to save a life!

To expedite to meet with this dog, please go to our site at and fill out an application. We look at the first applications to arrive, so we hope to hear from you soon!


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