***We are currently accepting applications for Keno, we will be choosing the applicant that fits his needs and best interest.***
MY STORY: Keno came to CBHS as a stray.
AGE: Approximately 4 1/2 years old.
I am a very shy boy who finds the shelter environment a bit overwhelming. I like the humans here, they try to help me feel happy and comfortable, but I am still very timid.
While I am a timid boy, I am a very loyal dog. I like to be right next to the humans and I do enjoy a good ear scratch.
I can act a little bit distant when you first meet me, dont let that discourage you or make you think that I dont like you. I just have a hard time connecting because I am a bit stressed.
My ideal home would be a calm home environment without small children. I enjoy being outside and having room to exercise.
Since I was a stray, it is unknown if I lived with other animals. I have met other dogs at CBHS, and I enjoy being around them. I am not an over the top playful boy, but I do find confidence in other dogs. I would love a home with a friendly confident dog! Can I meet the other dogs you have in your home?
I would love a home of my own. Will you be my new family?
Cedar Bend Humane Societys adoption center welcomes visitors by appointment only. Interested adopters are encouraged to submit an adoption application prior to making an appointment. www.cedarbendhumane.org/adopt/adoption-form
For more information on Cedar Bend Humane Societys adoption process or to schedule an appointment please call 319-232-6887 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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