Kenzo is a 9 year old male Cross-Breed. He is a neutered boy, about Parsons Jack Russell size. This little man has obviously had a bad few years, and arrived visibly trembling. He is a dog that had obviously had a home at some time in the past but had found himself on the streets and then in a shelter.
Kenzo needs a calm, adult only home where someone is around a good part of the day and who understands terrier type dogs. He is affectionate once he trusts you, but you need to let him come to you at first.
He seems to like having the other dogs in the home around but doesn’t interact with them much so may be OK homed as the only dog in the home.
Any other resident dogs need to be fairly small and not too pushy or threatening. He is housetrained and enjoys quiet country walks.
*Update October 2020*
Kenso was rescued emaciated and at deaths door from the streets of Romania. It is thought that he had had a home for some of his life but had then been struggling to survive for years on the streets. Not everyone is friendly towards street dogs and Kenso takes some time to trust new people. He will need to have a few meet and greets with any potential adopters and they will need to give him space and time and allow him to make up his own mind about when he feels comfortable enough to approach. He can nip if he feels threatened.
He is generally a very sweet little boy who needs a gentle, calm and dog confident person with a secure garden who will accept him for who he is and let him adjust to a new home in his time. He now enjoys his quiet country walks and is gaining in confidence daily, but can get spooked if walked in confined areas where he feels trapped.
Although he doesn’t interact very much with the other dogs, just having them around gives him confidence so another smallish quiet dog in the home would be a great benefit to him. Although he is an older dog, he is not necessarily an older persons dog. He is skittish and he needs someone able to get on the floor with him to put on his harness and to be able to carry him in his crate to the car if he needs transporting anywhere as he is too scared to be picked up and won’t jump in the car by himself. A very special little survivor who needs a very special person.