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In shelter Dog

Mission, KS, 66202
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Hi all! I’m Toaster! My friends call me Toast for short. I’m not really sure how I got my name. Although the more that I think about it, maybe it’s because when you meet me, I will make your heart all warm and toasty? Yes, I think maybe that HAS to be it! Mystery solved! Although since I solve mysteries so well, maybe I should have been named Scooby Doo!

Anyhow, before I get distracted, let me tell you some things about me. I’m about 5 years old and they think I’m a mastiff or Cane Corso mix. So I’m kind of a big guy! But that doesn’t mean I have a big head! I mean, PHYSICALLY I do have a big head. What I mean is I don’t have a big head like a big ego. Gosh, sometimes it’s difficult to communicate in human. 

Really, I’m just a happy guy, who is extremely curious about new things. I love going on walks and checking everything out with my nose. I really love checking out storm drains and sewers. I mean, you never know what might be living in them! I seem to like to meet new people on my walks, too. I usually walk quite nicely on the leash unless I see something I really want to check out, and then I forget not to pull. It’s hard to remember to walk nicely when you seek something really interesting! But I’m more than happy to work on my leash manners a bit. 

I absolutely love riding in the car, and I am VERY well behaved riding in the car. I also love to play with toys like tennis balls and stuffies. I will admit, I sometimes think I’m the size of a puppy and I often get bouncy like a puppy! And I’ve been known to do zoomies when I get really excited. It seems to make everyone laugh. And I sure like making people laugh. I’ve been known to give big slurpy kisses and to “hug” people when I think they need it. So I hope you like kisses and hugs.

I like when humans pet me, but I much prefer booty scratches to head scratches. (I’ll let you in on a little secret; many dogs prefer that!) I think there’s almost nothing as good as a good booty scratch. Except maybe car rides. 
I’m pretty good at sitting when asked, and I’m learning new things. I just haven’t had a whole lot of training with such requests, but I am receiving some now and I love to learn! Especially when learning is accompanied by some tasty treats!

I am NOT a fan of cats. Well, I mean I AM a fan of CHASING cats, but that activity seems to be frowned upon. So I need a home without cats. In fact, Id like to be your one and only pet, if you dont mind.  

If you are interested in making your heart feel all Toasty, or want to find out more about me, please call/text The Pet Connection at 913-671-7387.

INTERESTED IN ADOPTING THIS PET? Fill out an Adoption Application now! Appointments can also be made to meet a pet by calling us at 913-671-PETS (913-671-7387).  

Prior to adoption, our animals are: 
**Tested for diseases 

NO COST adoptions with an encouraged donation are accepted. 

The Pet Connection also offers adopters a FREE veterinary examination and a medical care support plan for 60 days after adoption, as well as lifetime behavioral training, safe sanctuary for pets returned in emergency situations, extensive assistance with lost and found pets, and other expert pet services in a variety of areas, including pet selection, behavioral issues, general training, nutrition, and transition to adoptive homes.

Please visit our website at for more information about The Pet Connection and for a full listing of our available pets, 

Call or text The Pet Connection at 913-671-7387 if you can foster, adopt, or sponsor a special needs dog or cat! 

The Pet Connection is a membership organization operating a no-kill adoption center located at 417 N Rawhide Suite H, Olathe, KS 66061.


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