Say hi to this brindle beauty, Kira! This sweetheart loves to be around people and is extremely affectionate. She loves your attention and especially loves belly rubs. Kira loves playing in her shell of water but is unsure of the hose. She enjoys the company of other dogs but does like to take her time scoping them out first. She would benefit from a home with another dog as she can get lonely easily when her humans are out. Kira also loves children but sometimes is unaware of her size so a home with older children is best if any. She has previously lived with a cat and never had any issues she was just curious and has never shown any signs of aggression towards any animal, she's just a sweet and friendly gal! Kira is fairly well house trained and used to sleeping inside but is also fine sleeping outside. She is using puppy pads for toileting if she is inside and knows to wait at the door to go out if she can. Kira is pretty happy go lucky but doesn't like the mower or the hose. She loves to go for walks and is fine on the lead once she gets going. She could benefit from regular walks to help improve though. Kira hasn't displayed any negative behaviour except for digging a little hole to lay somewhere cool. She will let you know if somebody is walking by the house but otherwise doesn't bark unnecessarily. She is used to living with tall 1.5m high fencing so would require a high fence at her new home. Kira is a darling girl looking for the right home.Kira’s adoption fee is $295 and includes desexing, microchipping, vaccinations, flea and worm treatments. To express interest in adopting Kira please fill in the online enquiry form located here - http://www.capricornanimalaid.org.au/adopt-a-dog-formBIN0001102175969

Kira

AU$295.00Price
  • Approx Sept 2019

Interested in Adopting?

Meet our animals at the next Adoption Day!

Enquire through our online 

Adoption Forms for 

CATS / DOGS

*Adoption fee includes desexing, vaccination, flea, worm and microchip. An Interview and yard check applies (fully fenced yard required for all dogs). 

All current pets should be desexed and vaccinated.