My foster mom tells me I am a gentle giant and a wise soul. When you look into my eyes you immediately feel a deep connection with me. I maybe 6 years old but I still have a spring in my step and will be bounding around when I greet you at the door. If foster mom is not quick enough to get me leashed up to go outside I will let her know I am excited with a few playful barks. I am not fond of toys but will enjoy a marrow bone till it is thoroughly licked clean. I love my sister Kylene so much I will let her steal my bones when I am not looking. Foster mom says I am the most gentle and easy going dog she has had the pleasure to foster. One of my favorite things to do is roll on my back and shimmy myself around either in the grass or on the carpet. I will flop myself on my back just to get some belly rubs. I sleep peacefully on my 42 inch orthopedic bed and would enjoy nothing more than to have someone to spend the rest of my life with.
Unfortunately Kaz was returned to MAGSR after two years because his owners could no longer care for him. Kaz is having some difficulty getting up and down stairs and will be seen by a MAGSR vet to see if there is any relief that can be provided to this sweet boy. Otherwise, Kaz is the epitome of the gentlest giant and gets along with kids, dogs and cats of all sizes and ages. In his previous home, Kaz would let the kitty snuggle up next to him for warmth and security. Kaz is a very easy going boy that just wants somewhere soft to lay his head. He is housebroken and can be trusted to free roam the house. Kaz will follow his human where ever they go even if that means he has to scale the steps to get there. His favorite past time is lounging in sun and rolling on his back for belly rubs. He enjoys sleeping on his back with all 4 paws in the air. Kaz loves car rides and thrives on attention and affection from everyone around him. If you would like to meet a sweet senior, please ask to meet Kaz!