Domino has been in the shelter since March 2018, and is looking to finally settle into his new forever home! He’s a American Staffordshire/Mastiff blend weighing in at about 100 pounds. Domino’s owner had him for all of his 13 years. She surrendered him to the shelter because her health was failing her and she wanted him to have a chance at a family who would treasure him like she had.

Here’s what the shelter was told about him: “Domino is an easy going boy who is gentle and has been around children from babies to 6 years old. He’s house-trained and can be left alone for up to 5 hours. He knows all his commands; sit, stay, lay down. Domino loves tennis balls and chewies and he was accustomed to going on cross country road trips, “he likes car rides”.

Domino is super sweet and gives kisses in the yard and in the “get to know you” room at the shelter. He makes himself right at home on a few of the dog beds then did a big stretch and laid down like a frog on his tennis ball.

Domino would prefer having his family to himself with no feline or canine friends. He does fine when leashed with other dogs around but he has let us know that he prefers a home with no other dogs.

Domino walks well on a leash and  he’d probably love chilling on a back porch or playing a low key game of fetch the tennis ball, he did catch a ball when one was tossed toward him.

He is really ready to go to his forever home! Domino is posted for the Regional Animal Shelter of King County in Kent, WA. For more information about Domino, please reference Animal ID Number A554219 and call 206-296-3936.

This is not an ODH dog; we urge prospective adopters to do their own evaluation. 




  • Regional Animal Shelter of King County
  • Phone: 206-296-3936