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KIBARescue Me ID: 23-04-02-00164

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About KIBA

German Shepherd
Age: Puppy
Sex: Male

**Owner Surrender Disclaimer: These are blind and visually impaired dogs who are living in homes, but their owners can no longer keep them. These dogs are with their owners, and are not in BDRA foster homes. We do our best to screen these dogs, but make no guarantees regarding the information posted.** Please email [email protected] if you're interested in Kiba! Please note that we will ask for a vet reference. Name: Kiba Age: born 7/25/2022 Breed: German Shepherd Dog, medium/large, 50#, most likely not fully grown yet Sex: Male, not neutered Location: Jefferson County, KY Vet Information: Kiba is not neutered, microchipped, or up to date with vaccines. He has not had a heartworm test. He is completely blind, and his owner says that his eyes have a constant shine to them. Otherwise, we are told he is a healthy boy. Owner Report: Kiba's owner has had him since he was born and is looking for a new home for him with a family who has more experience in working with blind dogs. He was born to a litter that his owner's female German Shepherd had. Kiba is an indoor dog confined to one area of the house. He is housebroken but not leash trained. Kiba can be a nervous and shy boy, but he is generally good with men and women, and male and female dogs. He is not possessive with treats, toys, or food, and he is not aggressive. Kiba has no bite history. His owner feels that Kiba adapts well to new situations and surroundings. They took him out to a family member's farm, and he did fine outside his normal house surroundings. His owner notes that Kiba barks a lot. He urinates submissively and will urinate when he is excited. Does anyone have room for sweet Kiba?

Jefferson County


  • Good with Most Dogs


  • Needs to be Neutered
  • Blind

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