“Hi! My name is Seoul and I landed at the shelter after I was found abandoned. I waited for someone to claim me but no one ever did so the shelter neutered me and now I am ready to be adopted! I am a Belgian Malinois. The shelter people say I am about 8 years old.
“When a nice person found me, I was very confused and disorientated. She drove me to the shelter and told the folks at the shelter that I had a seizure in the car but once I arrived, I was better. So far, I’m doing good and happy to be somewhere where people care about me and want to help me find a great home!
“I weigh 57.8 pounds and am considered a “large breed” dog. However, I came into the shelter underweight and should gain about 10 pounds to be at my healthiest weight.
“I am a very smart dog! At the shelter I am practicing how to “sit”, “down” and “shake”. Everyone here at the shelter will tell you how amazing I am.
“I am an affectionate, loving boy who would be thrilled to cuddle up with you at home!
“I am full of energy and I love to play. I tend to calm down more when the people around me stay calm. I do best when I have lots of exercise and something to keep my mind busy. I enjoy getting treats and my meals in a Kong wobbler.
“I am an adaptable dog who loves to go with the flow. Here at the shelter I have not been dog tested. But I do interact appropriately to dogs I see through the fence. I walk well on leash but will pull when I am particularly interested in something.
“I can’t wait to join my new family. I hope I can stay forever!”
Seoul is posted for the Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC) in Kent, WA.
You can find out more about Seoul and other animals on their website at www.kingcounty.gov/adoptapet.gov. If you have questions, please contact RASKC via phone at 206-296-7387 (PETS) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. RASKC is open from noon to 5pm Monday through Friday, and noon to 4pm on Saturday and Sunday. The address is 21615 64th Ave S, Kent, WA 98032.
This is not an Old Dog Haven dog. We urge prospective adopters to do their own evaluation.