Kula was found on the 21 August 2013. The boys were on their way to work at the shelter when they spotted three young pups at the side of the road. They were taken back to the shelter where they were cared for and grew up into happy & healthy dogs.
Kula waited very patiently at the shelter for his forever home and, in February 2016, he was lucky enough to be selected to travel to a UK foster home. Having been at the shelter most of his life, it has taken him time to adjust to living in a home environment; getting used to traffic, new people, noises and smells, but he has adjusted ever so well and is now ready to find a family of his own.
He is a happy and affectionate boy: he greets you in the morning with a wagging tail and a big hug, and loves nothing more than snuggling up to you on the sofa at every available opportunity. He loves to play – he chases toys and then cheekily runs away with them so you have to chase after him. He has a good nose and really enjoys scent games and finding hidden treats.
Kula can be a little wary of strangers at first, but once he gets to know someone he is affectionate and happy to see them. Unfortunately he is very timid around children, so we are looking for an adult-only home for him. Ideally we would love him to live in the countryside (as the city can be a little too busy) and have a garden to run around and play in.
He is housetrained, travels well in the car, and is fine to be left for a few hours each day.
Kula currently shares his home with two other dogs. Although he gets on well with them both, we feel he would be happier to be the only dog in the household so he doesn’t have to share the cuddles! He also lives with a cat, with whom he has formed a respectful relationship, though this has taken some work. Whilst out on walks Kula can be reactive towards other dogs, but with a slow introduction he makes friends. We are therefore looking for an experienced and confident owner who is able to take over his training.
This lovely boy enjoys his walks in the countryside, sniffing through woods and jumping into ponds. He walks well on a lead and knows some basic commands.
He will make a wonderful and loyal companion for somone who is able to provide the time and patience he may need to settle into a new home. He really is a special boy who deserves a family of his own.
If you are interested in finding out more, please visit: http://www.streetdogrescue.com/adopt.