Kiba is my name. Thank you for taking the time to learn about me. Since little is known about my past, I can share what I know since arriving at the GPRA. My friend, Historia, has already been adopted.
Similar to Historia, I am learning a lot from GPRA’s walkers and trainer. Here are a few glowing comments about me.
“Kiba is a delightful and fun-loving boy!” (Although my life has been very challenging and lonely, I still have a big Pyr heart!)
“Kiba is learning leash manners.” (Yep, the whole leash thing is totally different. However, I have learned that I get to enjoy walks when the leash goes on, which is totally awesome!)
“Kiba can be touched all over and is a total sweetheart of a boy.” (Yes, this love thing from the humans is also amazingly awesome! I never knew humans were so attentive and kind. All I can ask is, please keep it up!)
One more thing, it will be best if I am the only dog in the family. You see, I am still young and learning and need dedicated time, obedience training, consistency, and patience. Then, I’ll grow up with good manners and make you very proud.
As I learn more, I will update you. Until then, please come meet me. I’ll show you my belly and hope that you will not stop loving me.
Your friendly, eager to learn and faithful boy, Kiba
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