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Kinja, Male
1 year(s), 38lbs
Kinja
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The adoption donation is US$450. All doggies are spayed & neutered, up to date with their vaccinations, microchip and dewormed. Medical papers will be provided.
If you are interested in giving Kinja a forever home,
1. Please click 'APPLY' button and fill out an application.
2. Please email your home photos to contact@adoptadoggie.org for an online home visit.

Kinja is a sweet and shy boy!  Kinja is good with people, gentle with children, and good with dogs of all sizes.  He has a good temperament and lots of love to give.  Kinja has been through a rough start in life.  He can be a little shy with new people at first.  However, it doesn’t take him long to warm up to them.  He is doing well in his foster home and ready for a forever home.   Kinja is a tripod missing one of his hind legs.  However, it does not affect his ability to climb stairs, go on walks, run, and hiking.  He is still playful and athletic.  Kinja started some leash training and is learning at a good pace.  He is crate-trained and doing well on his housetraining.  He rides well in the car and can wait patiently while his foster mom runs errands.  We are looking for a committed family to be patient with him during the adjustment period.
 

KINJA’s Rescue Story
 
Poor Kinja and his siblings, Kina & Kinla, were living as a stray dog in the mountain.  He was rescued by a volunteer of a TNR (Trap / Neuter / Return) rescue group.  The rescue has a temporary rundown place for the dogs.  TNR groups specialize in getting stray animals spayed and neutered and the animals are returned to their original location to live as homeless dogs.  TNR programs help with the overpopulation of unwanted animals.  The volunteer reached out to an experienced international rescue organization to help with them and some other puppies that are still too young to be released back to the streets.  The founder of the rescue organization has over 180 dogs waiting for homes.  However, she could not bear to see them going back to the mountain and suffer on the streets.  She agreed to take them home and give them a chance in life. 
 
Kinja had a thorough medical checkup.  He has been neutered, vaccinated, microchip, and passed negative on his blood tests.  Please give Kinja a loving home where he will never be left behind again.
 

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The dog is best with children of what age group?
Is the dog good with other dogs?
Small dogs
Big dogs
Is the dog good with cats?
Good on leash?
House-trained?
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How is the dog with men?
Food aggression with people?
Food aggression with dogs?
Has the dog ever bitten anyone?
Were the dog’s puppies, siblings, canine mother, canine father rescued?
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Vaccination History
1 vaccination date:
2021-07-01
2 vaccination date:
2021-08-01
3 vaccination date:
2021-09-01
Rabies vaccination date: 2021-09-01
Idexx 4-1 Kit Test Result:
Date:
Heartworm Result:
Date:
Treatment Date: If positive.
Giardia Test Result:
How long has it been on medication if tested
positive for Giardia?
Deworming Date: 2021-10-01
Heartworm Preventative: 2021-10-01
Bravecto Date: 2021-10-01
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Male, 1 year(s), 38 lb
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Please watch Kinja videos below: The videos will give you a good idea of the dog’s temperament: (However, some dogs react differently with different owners. The videos show how Kinja is now in foster home).