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If you come to visit King at our shelter, you may notice him hiding at the back of the kennel. He is very scared, not only of the shelter but of new people. He responds more quickly to women than men, but once he is leashed up and outside, you can see the fear released and he begins to enjoy himself and connect with people and the environment around him.
King’s previous owner describes him as friendly, loving, and affectionate. They acknowledge that he is afraid of unfamiliar people, so you can imagine his time here at the shelter has been stressful for him.
Take heart in knowing that in a home environment with people who care deeply for him, he will be a devoted companion. His owner’s favorite thing about him: “He’s my best friend because he knows how to make you feel better after a bad day.”