To be eligible to adopt Kyro you must be an approved adopter of GRRMF.
If you are already on our approved adopter waiting list, an adoption coordinator will contact you if you are matched to meet this pup’s needs. Visit our How to Adopt page to review our process, policies and application. Please pay special attention to the sections on puppy facts, children and dogs and fences on our website prior to submitting an application for a puppy.
Update: May 17, 2021
Last week we had a lady called a trainer come by and teach me how to walk like a gentleman on my leash. I really don’t pull, I just like to wonder! Now I “know” how to do it and my foster parents walk me everyday so I don’t forget. We also did meet and greets with the neighbor dogs and children. I did OK, but I’ve never learned spacial awareness, so some toes got stepped on. I said sorry and all was forgiven. Mom has also taught me to sit and wait before I eat, I’m so smart it only took one time to figure that out! I’m not overly Velcro but do like to know where you are!
If you need a cute pup in your life – that’s me!
Kyro is a bouncing baby doodle that has 2 speeds, full and asleep! Kyro came to GRRMF when family dynamics changed and they could no longer care for him.
Kyro is a loving pup that loves his tennis ball, his humans and occasionally the couch. As with most pups, Kyro struggles to be the good boy we all know he can be, but counters, and puppy-ness get the best of him. Kyro will need obedience classes and for a doodle it will be a great bonding tool with his new family.
Having a lot of energy, it is wonderful that Kyro plays fetch with his tennis balls like a golden and will run until you can’t throw any longer. He returns the ball like a doodle but instead of bringing it back and dropping it at your feet, Kryo lays down and rolls over getting his much needed break while you walk over. But then he’s up and ready to go again!
He does know sit and will sit and wait for his supper until foster mom says “OK”, he is very gentle when taking treats but sometimes forgets and runs through the house doing “zoomies” without watching where he is going, and if there is any food on the counter, his nose will find it.
Kyro is housebroken, and doesn’t need a crate although his foster parents use one when they are both gone. It provides Kyro a safe haven to rest while they are gone.
Kyro gets along with children but would most likely need a larger fur sibling to enjoy romping with.