Meet DP- Kitchener
Animal ID 51441081 
Species Dog 
Breed Mixed Breed, Large (over 44 lbs fully grown)/Mix 
Age 2 years 1 month 8 days 
Gender Male 
Size Large 
Color Black/White 
Declawed No 
Housetrained Unknown 
Site Kitchener Waterloo Humane Society 
Location Adoption Dogs 
Intake Date 11/1/2022 
Adoption Price $465.00 
Stage Available
STOP! The search is over...This is DP! Are you looking to stay active with an adorable companion by your side? You got the right guy!

~DP is an active boy that loves to get lots of pets and play time.
~ This sweet boy is looking for an adult only home. due to him showing some resource guarding while in the shelter.
~DP would do best in a no other dog home.
~ This curious boy will do best in a home with no small animals or cats due to his prey drive.
~ DP loves to play and is high energy. He will need a family that can keep up with him and offer him an enriching active life.
~ His new family will need to be ready to help train him and work with him so he can be a great addition to the family.
~ DP will need to be signed up for training before he can go home to help him with some basic manners/obedience, resource guarding and helping him desensitize to some touch.
~ This good boy is very excited to meet his new family and hopes you will give him a chance at a loving furrever family!

*Please note that this dog has been a part of our life-saving transfer program. As a result, he/she has a slightly increased adoption fee to allow us to continue our transfer program and help animals from areas in need of assistance. The additional fee helps to fund things such as airfare, import fees, mileage etc - anything that would help get the dogs to our shelter, and to their forever family! By adopting a dog from KWSPHS, you're not only giving them a forever home, but helping us to pay-it-forward to the next one in need of assistance.

KWSPHS' Transfer Program

In an effort to assist other shelters and groups in maximizing our mutual life-saving capacity, KWSPHS brings in dogs from other organizations, both locally and internationally. In many circumstances, we work alongside other shelters to provide a larger, collective assistance to those groups in need of a helping hand. Our primary focus remains on the animals within our community, and when we have space, time and resources, we will look to provide assistance out of area.

**For more information on any behaviours stated above, please check out our behaviour fact sheet:

***NOTE*** Please remember that animals are coming back from foster care to the centres for their meet and greets. They will be experiencing a new environment and meeting new people, which means they may not exhibit the same behaviours they did in their foster videos or while in foster care.

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