I have Kiki a beautiful 4 year old female Rhodesian Ridgeback. She is spayed and up with her vaccines. I recently relocated to San Diego area with my wife and kids from the central coast. Back home I had a home with a huge backyard which was perfect for Kiki. She’s a gentle giant always cuddling with anybody she can lay down with. Shes great with other dogs always wanting to play. I have two younger kids and she’s great with them. I also have two cats and she gets along with both of them. Kiki has been part of our family since we got her at 8 weeks from a breeder. We are sadden to let her go but unfortunately our current home situation is not ideal for Kiki. Our current home has a really small yard almost non existent. Second our work schedule takes a lot time away from home and unfortunately Kiki spends a lot time alone. We have always treated Kiki like a member of the family. She is basically an indoor dog but always had access to our yard back home where she would run freely when she desired. We would always go on runs and hikes with her. When in the house she always has to be cuddling with someone for no reason they call them velcro dogs. We really hate to see her go but I think its in her best interest to go to a loving home where she has the space to be a dog and has the attention she deserves. I really don’t have any complaints about Kiki. The only thing I would say is that she is really food driven always looking for a snack or food. Any questions or concerns don’t hesitate to ask. Thank you
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