Update 7.23.11: Keno’s foster mom reports, “He is doing well.  Gotta fatten him up, though. Drools like a faucet when excited.  Tolerates his crate and listens well.  Knows the basic commands and gives paw (both feet).  He gets pushy when he’s bored, but give him a chew toy and he’s good.  Loves to chew!!!!  He loves my daughter and gets along with my other dog.  She is probably 2/3 his size and he backs off when she barks at him.  I will be introducing him to the cats in the near future.”

Update 7.12.11: Keno has found a wonderful foster home in NJ. 🙂

Update: Keno’s life is saved thanks to the caring individuals who contributed to toward their boarding and vetting.

Intake Info:KENO, 3 year old,  gray Cane Corso who weighs about 101 pounds. Owner surrendered because he/she has no time for Keno. Per owners, Keno is great with adults, children, dogs, and cats. This is another frequent excuse used to ease the conscience. In essence, they have determined that Keno would be better off dead because they don’t have enough time to spend with him. Perhaps, we should change the surrendering process and make every owner witness the euthanize process of their best friend.Keno’s adoption donation is $350.