Kasle is a two-year-old male Staffordshire terrier who’s caramel in colour.
He’s medium in size
He’s a bit of a big galoof when it comes to play,.
Kasle is a social dog who’d suit female canine friends of equivalent size and humans who are in need of a bit of a shadow.
He’s quite content to stay within the backyard and he happily makes his own fun – particularly if it involves mud.
Some strangers can intimidate him a little and he needs more training and socialisation to help him with this.
And he would much refer a family which comes with teenagers rather than small children.
As Pet of the Week, Kasle’s adoption fee is only $150 (it’s usually $359) and this fee includes microchipping, desexing, vaccination, flea and worm treatments and lifetime registration in NSW.
If you would like to adopt him ask yourself the following questions: Can I handle a puppy or would a more mature dog be better? What size is best for me? Should the dog have endless energy or be a couch potato to watch TV with? Is my home noisy or quiet? What breeds and behaviours am I equipped for? And how secure is my yard?
- More about Kasle or other animals: Liverpool Animal Shelter, 402 Bringelly Road, Austral or www.liverpoolanimalshelter.com.au or 9606 6118. Monday to Friday 9am to 4.30pm, Saturday and Sunday 9am to 4pm. With Liverpool Council.