Big fan of: People! Kiki likes most people he meets.
Not a fan of: Kiki does not like small dogs and is not a dog-park dog. Kiki is learning to share his food and bones, the behavior department can give you some tips to help him with sharing.
Special features: Kiki already knows his basic manners, including Sit and Down. He is eager to have you teach him other tricks, especially when his favorite treats are involved! His previous owner said he is housetrained, and with guidance and supervision in his new home, Kiki will learn quickly to use the bathroom outside.
Other reasons he's special: When Kiki, a victim of cruelty, was rescued by the ASPCA, he was suffering from various medical conditions. He received extensive care and attention at the ASPCA Animal Hospital, and is now ready to join a loving family.
Dream home: Kiki would do best with an experienced adopter who will take the time to exercise and train him, preferably with someone who has experience with Rottweilers, American Bulldogs, or Cane Corso breeds. He'd like to join a family with kids 10 and up.
If you’re interested: Please call our Adoption Center in New York City at (212) 876-7700, ext. 4120.