Pet of the Week: Meet Kona!

Here's the latest Pet of the Week, where Pets-n-Us highlights an adoptable animal through PB & Chi Dog Rescue.


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This lovely gal's name is Kona and she is a two-year-old female Presa Canario. It's not polite to discuss a lady's weight, but it's "rumored" that she weighs 105 lbs. Despite her size and breed type, Ms. K is higher energy and she would do well in an active home that likes to get outdoors and do stuff! She is crate trained, house broken and good on leash. She seems fine when left alone and does not have any destructive tendencies. Kona gets along well with big and small dogs, but she does like to be the boss. She's a tad bit greedy and is not a fan of sharing food or treats, so if she went into a household with other dog buddies, that would need to be monitored. Kona is good with people, even small children, and her current home says she adjusts well to new situations. As with all of PB & Chi's dogs, she is spayed and up to date on all shots and vaccines. If you are interested in Ms. Kona, please email


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