Meet Kobe, our newest guy. Kobe is a Chesa-Poo or Chesadoodle. What is this you ask? He is a cross between a Chesapeake Bay Retriever and a Standard Poodle, and he is an amazing mix of both breeds! Kobe is almost 3 (bday is 9/29/18). He is housetrained and crate trained. He is not destructive when left out, but don't think there will be bread on the counter when you get home if you do leave him out. Or shoes not munched on. But if you keep your stuff pushed back and put away, he probably could be trusted out by himself. Kobe lived as an only dog previously, along with his human parents and two human siblings, ages 7 and 8. and was amazing. Although he did not have a lot of experience with other dogs, he has been super here in foster and gotten along well with all of the pups from 15# and 4 months old to 150# and 6 years old. He had a fenced back yard in his previous home so he was not walked very much, therefore, can be strong on a leash. But the right collar and frequent walking / training will definitely do the trick for him. It also would help his waist line, as he could probably lose a few. He's about 80# now. Kobe is microchipped, UTD on vaccines, and spayed. He is being fostered in Sarasota and his adoption fee is $450. If you are interested in meeting him, please complete an adoption application at https://www.love4pawsfl.org/adoption-process, or email email@example.com.
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