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Fronts Paws & Claws – Meet Bork (Adopted)

This loud mouth is Bork! And he constantly has a story to tell.

Bork is a big boy with a big personality. At first, he can be a little shy or standoff-ish; but once he realizes you are a friend, he will be putty in your hands. Once comfortable, he loves to play bow and jump around, so much so that sometimes this fella has a hard time keeping all 4 paws on the ground and will be best suited with children 14 or older at home. Bork is very smart and already knows how to sit and lay down on command, we think with further positive reinforcement training (and his favorite liver treats) he can learn much more! Bork is a big boy and could use some help dropping some pounds, so an active owner with a large yard would be best for him. Since Bork has many, many stories to tell, he will be best suited for a rural setting with a single dwelling home and no close neighbors. He may enjoy the company of other canine pals as long as they are as laid back as he is, for someone reason, Bork just loves the ladies and is likely to get along better with a female dog. Bork would do best in a home without cats or small animals as he unfortunately does not enjoy their company. Bork is an independent guy who would love to have an owner that is respectful of his space, heck, even dogs need their own self-care days right!

If you are a person or family with room in your home for a big lug like Bork, please fill out an application online today at www.kingstonhumanesociety.ca.

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