Adoptable Dog of the Week – Kovu

Angela Vuckovic
by Angela Vuckovic

Can’t decide if you prefer brown eyes or blue eyes? No problem! Our Adoptable Dog of the week is sweet Kovu, a 2 years old American Pit Bull Terrier mix from Menands, New York. This lovely girl is spayed and has heterochromia – a fancy way of saying that one of her eyes is brown and the other blue. Kovu is affectionate and friendly but would do best in an adult-only home, with no other dogs or a male, easy-going canine.

Kovu’s Tale

This unique-looking gal might charm you based on her appearance alone, but she also has a stellar personality to accompany her good looks. Kovu is nice and friendly and once she gets to know you, she’ll turn into a real sweetie pie with a silly side to her. She can be really goofy and playful but she’s still getting out of her shell- with the right people by her side, in an environment where she could feel safe and loved, Kovu could really blossom and show her personality to the fullest.

Kovi does well with other dogs, but can be a bit bossy, especially with other females. She’d do best with a male dog that doesn’t mind her calling all the shots or as an only pet in the household. She hasn’t had a chance to hang out with cats yet, so there’s no saying how she’d handle a feline roomie. Even though sweet and friendly, Kovu is afraid of kids, so she requires an adult-only home. Ideally, somewhere she would go on plenty of walks, enjoy many yummy treats and get showered with love and snuggles- as she deserves

If Kovu sounds like a dog that would make a perfect family member for your lifestyle, contact Mohawk Hudson Humane Society for more information on her personality and how you could meet and eventually adopt her.

Angela Vuckovic
Angela Vuckovic

A proud mama to seven dogs and ten cats, Angela spends her days writing for her fellow pet parents and pampering her furballs, all of whom are rescues. When she's not gushing over her adorable cats or playing with her dogs, she can be found curled up with a good fantasy book.

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