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Looking for a forever home; Kelowna SPCA pet of the week

Takoda handsome dog is looking for a family to call his own.
August 06, 2017 - 1:00 PM

KELOWNA - Takoda, animal ID 436043, is friendly and looking for a home.

Takoda, whose means "friend to everyone," suits fits his namesake perfectly, according to the B.C. SPCA Kelowna Branch.

He likes going on walks, spending time with people, and playing outside. He is always wagging his cute little tail.

He doesn't like excessive exercise or going up and down lots of stairs. He so no star athlete.

Takoda's idea home would be quiet, calm, and adult only. During his time at the shelter, he has enjoyed the company of other dogs and playing with them outside. He does have limited activity levels which would be important for his new family to understand.

If you think Takoda is the perfect dog for you and are interested in meeting him, please contact our branch or come to the shelter.

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