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For everyone who wants to be their dog's best friend . . . Love, Dog is the trusted resource to help you make the best choices for your dog's wellbeing . . . NEW PODCAST EPISODE #10 with Malena DeMartini, America's leading authority on Separation Anxiety in dogs . . . Listen on your favorite podcast app or click on the podcast button in the menu. . . . Welcome to our podcast sponsors, Colorado Citizens for Canine Welfare (3CW)and Wonder Walker harnesses!
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Kit

He's a party boy! He has that special kind of energy that makes everyone feel welcome. Meet Kit, an 18-month-old gentle giant if there ever was one.

Adopt Kit
Kit is a beautiful black Lab mix with a perfect profile - Love, Dog
Labrador Retriever Mix
18 Months Old
76 Lbs
Yes
Yes
12 Years And Up

“Amazeballs! That’s the consensus on Kit. He’s 18-months-old, the life of the party, extremely eager to explore and join in on adventures. Kit is a social butterfly, quick to make friends of all kinds everywhere he goes. He even has his favorite local coffee shop. Kit will need a highly active lifestyle and—like most dogs—lots of structure. If he doesn’t get physically and mentally stimulated, he will get wild in the evening. Kit would benefit from getting around 90-minutes of outdoor activity each day. He would do well in a home with another dog that won’t be intimidated by him, and he’d do best with an active person who has experience with larger dogs.

Kit is very affectionate and loves to hug. He’ll want to sit next to you and snuggle. He’s housebroken and does well alone. His foster dad is currently working on his leash training.”

Adopt Kit

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