Koko H


Puppy, 1.5 years old
Adoption Fee:

House-Trained, Rides Well in Car, Timid/Shy, Not good with Cats, Not good with Children under age 5, Not good with Children under age 13, Good with Other Dogs

More information will be provided after a vet visit and a behavior assessment. Koko is a youngster and needs a strong Foster who will help him learn life as a well behaved Gentleman. NOT good with Children. Needs strict and definite direction and an adopter who will be able to give him a lot of time and consistent training. Koko listens well and wants to please, but needs boundaries. Koko is a very happy, cheerful, and inquisitive young dog that was under socialized with both humans and dogs as a puppy. He is now learning how to behave in social situations. He will need an adopter who will be able to set boundaries and communicate them clearly to Koko. He does best with clear and consistent training, and a daily routine. I do not recommend children for Koko as he still wants to nip at hands coming toward his face and is still learning that is ok to be picked up. He loves to jump into a human lap and cuddle but does not want to be picked up. He enjoys the companionship of other dogs and does well in a pack. Koko loves to be outdoors and follow his foster dad around the yard while doing yard work. He loves walks and actually smiles while out and about. Squirrels and birds watch out because Koko is on the lookout for you!

If not already, Koko H will be micro-chipped, neutered (if age appropriate), and up-to-date on his shots prior to adoption. If you would like to meet Koko H to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application online.

• We cannot guarantee the age and breed of any dog. We depend on licensed vets and other professionals to provide the best determination, unless the dog arrived with written documentation.

• Puppies not spayed/neutered at the time of adoption due to age will require a $50 refundable sterilization deposit in accordance with Colorado Code of Regulations 8 CCR 1201-11: Part 19-J.

• We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.