Animal ID No.: A5432735

Animal name: Kilo

Kilo is a one-year, one-month-old altered pit bull that came to the Palmdale Animal Care Center on Aug. 4. Kilo is a friendly and easy to handle dog. He sought attention from his handler. During Kilo’s play yard time, he was hesitant to go in at first but he went in the pen and allowed other dogs to greet him. He was gracious enough to allow other dogs check him out. After a while, Kilo felt relaxed and engaged in a dance and play bowing with other dogs. He displayed a gentle and dainty play style. He also greeted other dogs coming into the play yard. He is a social dog, easy to leash, walks well on leash too. He loves seeking attention and being pet from his handler. Kilo will do well in a home with middle school-aged children and with calm dogs as well. He could benefit if he is sent to an obedience and dog behavior training. To meet Kilo, go to https://linktr.ee/; https://animalcare.lacounty.gov/all-visits-to-the-animal-care-center-are-by-appointment-only/ and follow the instructions on how to do self-scheduling visit at the center.

Animal ID No.: A5433772

Animal name: Theo

Theo is a two-year-old brown altered pit bull that came to the Palmdale Animal Care Center as stray on Aug. 10. Theo is a friendly dog, easy to handle with a push and pull play style. Theo has shown his social side with other dogs, tolerant being around them and non-reactive when approached by other dogs. He would approach other dogs at random and would begin to offer play bowing and dancing. He would explore the yard by himself from time to time but would remain social when approached for a play. He also loves to seek attention and approval from his handler. Theo would do very well in the home with middle school-aged children and is able to be in a home with large dogs his size. To visit Theo at the center, go to https://linktr.ee/; https://animalcare.lacounty.gov/all-visits-to-the-animal-care-center-are-by-appointment-only/ and follow the instructions on how to do self-scheduling visit at the center.

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