Livingston County Animal Shelter Adoption of the Week: Kaden

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Hi, I’m Kaden. They say that I am the most charming eligible bachelor in Livingston County so let me tell you about myself.

Am I not an absolute hunk? I am a black-and-white, 2-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier mix. I’m super smart and a quick learner of all sorts of commands. I am very curious and love adventurous walks. I am house-trained and easily go in and out of my crate. I will show no aggression if you need to take a toy or bone from my mouth – I don’t mind at all.

People are my thing! I am very loving and patient, but due to my size and strength, I would do better living without any other dogs, cats, small children, or elderly adults. My ideal home would have a fenced-in yard where I can get my zoomies out. And oh my goodness – belly and butt rubs are just the best!

Ok, I’m not perfect, but who is? I am young and like to play hard, jumping and mouthing at arms and feet. I have a lot of energy and when I get tired without getting a nap in, I can get a little mischievous. For example, I may or may not have done a close-up inspection of my foster family’s bathroom garbage. Some good exercise and a nap in my crate seem to do the trick though.

I would love a regular routine out of this shelter and some more training would be great. I just want a family of my own to love who will be patient with me, teach me, and show me love in return. I am ready to live my best life!

Kaden is neutered, microchipped, and up to date on medical.

Looking to add a new member to your family? Check out Kaden and other animals available for adoption at  http://www.livgov.com/animalshelter or call (517) 546-2154 for more information. Foster-to-Adopt programs are available.

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By day, Cheryl Ellis is a project manager at a specialty pharmacy. The rest of her waking hours are spent taking photos for her website, Harvest Moon Photography. She was inspired to start volunteering at the Livingston County Animal Shelter after adopting a senior cat named Samson.

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