Adopt Kung Paw: He Can't Roundhouse Kick But He Does Give the Best Kisses

Kung Paw Nassau County Animal Services

Every Furball Friday I'm featuring a lovable little creature to adopt from a Jacksonville shelter! It's basically their Tinder profile. You gonna swipe right on this sweet face?

Meet Kung Paw

Kung Paw Nassau County Animal Services

Breed: Terrier, American Staffordshire/Mix

Age: 2 years

Gender: male

Size: large

With a name like Kung Paw, you might thing this lil guy is gonna protect your house like he's Jet Li but nope sorry it's just a cute name. The silly name goes perfectly with this silly doge.

KP (yes I already gave him a nickname) is still a puppy who loves toys and play time -- which is all the time. His perfect home will be with someone who is super active and will take KP on jogs or with a family that has older kids. KP is a muscular dog and you gotta be table to keep up with his gainz! Seriously though. Kung Paw's muscle definition makes me want to go to the gym.

Kung Paw Nassau County Animal Services

He's a little picky about making other dog friends so if you already have a dog at home, feel free to bring them by the shelter when you go to meet KP.

Ready to take him home? Visit Kung Paw's adoption page hereor stop by and see him at Nassau County Animal Services in Fernandina Beach.

Special thanks to Cassie and Nassau County Animal Services for being part of Furball Friday!

Nassau County Animal Services

Nassau County Animal Care and Control promotes and protects public safety and animal care through sheltering, adoption programs, education and animal law enforcement. Our philosophy is to promote responsible pet ownership, compassion towards animals and safe human-animal interactions. Nassau County Animal Services is responsible for animal related public safety. This is achieved through shared county values including professionalism, responsibility, compassion, commitment, integrity, accountability and community partnerships. We are an open admission county shelter, our average annual intake is about 2100 animals a year. 

Find pets to adopt here!

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