Khalifa here and I only have one wish …. a human to call my own. I wish for that person to be patient, gentle, and fun-loving. One who see past my disability – I have.
After a bad break that did not heal well, it was necessary to have my leg amputated. I was given up because my family felt that they were not equipped to deal with a disability. I have been recovering with my Foster Mom’s family and I am now ready to make the big jump … right into my furever home. I get along great with other dogs and wouldn’t mind a canine co-pilot in my life; even dog-savvy cats would fly.
Being a tri-pawed has not slowed me down; I’m still a pup really. But let me tell you, I am going to learn everything you have to teach me super quick because I’ve got all the smarts a dog could have! I’m doing great with my crate training.
Whoever adopts me must promise to maintain my weight. Don’t start feeling sorry for me and subconsciously try to make it up to me with treats. Please don’t. I must remain at this weight to preserve my flexibility and mobility. Insofar as exercise is concerned, shorter and more frequent walks would be better than really long ones. I can do anything my four-legged buddies can do.
My Foster Mom brags that I am an amazing dog who just needs the right family who is totally dedicated to me. One who will share some adventures, romp in the snow with me, and then snuggle on the couch.
So, if you are looking for an energetic BFF to have by your side, you have found me. Fill in an Application Form and you might be the lucky one chosen to meet me.
Please note that due the volume of applications, we are unable to respond to all applicants and ONLY those being considered will be contacted. We thank you for your understanding. The adoption application link is posted below and the adoption process is outlined on the website. Animatch asks that you read the Adoptee’s bio in its entirety before applying to ensure you meet the requirements for the dog.