May I introduce Kai who will be 6 in December. Neutered and vaccinated and of course microchipped.
We were asked to take Kai after he spent quite a while in kennels after being signed over to the council. This is why:
“An older woman kicked Kai’s rubber bone under the fence and he grabbed her leg as she kicked it through. Not socialised and was living with disabled man in a wheelchair all his life. Think he’s slapped him about as he is head shy. Entire 3 years.”
Kai is being allowed to settle in the kennels in his own time and so far has not been any trouble. He is trusting the people at the kennels and starting to really enjoy human company and playing.
Kai arrived with a prong collar and a large metal muzzle when first taken in and understandably did not like being touched around the neck. He is now much more trusting of our volunteers and once he accepts you is a lovely friendly lad.’
Kai, renamed Archie, was adopted but sadly, after 8 months, despite having settled in with his new mum and dad perfectly, he had to come back after having escaped from the boot as the door was opened and biting a man on his arm. We suspect someone tried giving him some security training at some stage. Unfortunately, he was not muzzled as we had requested when he was out in public.
Kai is typical of his breed and will be protective of his people, but introduced into his home in the correct way he is fine. No children for obvious reasons, he needs a home that will give him the time and space to bond whilst maintaining his boundaries.
There must be that special home out there for him please!
- Essex - KENNELS
- DOB 3.12.17
- Good with children:
- Good with other dogs:
- Good with cats: