Dogs Named King
King the rescue German Shepherd Dog at about 8 or 9 years old
King the Pungsan Dog, also commonly called the Korean Poongsan or Korean Phungsan, at 8 months old—"Both of King’s parents were imported from Korea. His behaviour is very wolf-like at times. So far, he has a dominant attitude toward other dogs and an extremely high prey drive. He must be exercised minimum one hour twice a day, or he becomes extremely destructive. He is very active and has a lot of stamina and is definitely not suited to a couch-potato lifestyle. He also enjoys digging massive holes and escaping from the yard, so high fences are a must. He has also chewed through a metal dog crate. He is extremely friendly toward all people, and has not yet shown any weariness of humans. He needs an alpha personality to behave and is very responsive to training. He will grow to be about 90 lbs. and very muscular. He is a rewarding companion so long as he is given a positive job to do."
"This is King a 3 year old purebred Chow Chow from Tracy's Royal Chow Chows in Ohio. He is a big teddy bear."
King, a silver Sheltidoodle at 1½ years old—"He is just a sweetheart. He is completely gray now and weighs about 30 lbs. I would consider him low-shedding." Bred by C and S Ranch
"King the Alaskan Malamute puppy at 3 months old, photo taken in Shangri-la, Yunnan Province, China."
King the blue nose Pit Bull Terrier puppy at 8 weeks old