Adoptable Pet Of The Week – Kingsley

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WAXHAW, NC – South Charlotte Dog Rescue is pleased to present Kingsley for adoption! ”

Hello! My name is Kingsley and I am a 5 & a-half-year-old American Bulldog/Staffie mix. I am around 75 pounds and am housetrained. I have been told that I am both the sweetest and goofiest guy! I love attention from people and going on walks (I’ll be honest here – I prefer short walks as I am a bit of a couch potato). A Kong with some peanut butter makes me the happiest guy in the world. I only bark when someone I don’t know is nearby, I like to keep my family safe like that. I mostly just love to be near my people. I am looking for a human companion who would like to have a chill guy like me to keep them company. A home with a fence would be great, but not completely necessary if you’d take me on a few short walks each day. I also prefer a home with no young kids or other pets.”

“You might have recognized my adorable face, as I’m a bit of a local celebrity as of late… as the poster boy of South Charlotte Dog Rescue and Devil’s Logic Brewing’s latest craft brew called Fetch Me a Beer. I got to go up to the brewery and pose for photos, and there are even t-shirts and stickers now with my face on them! It’s so exciting that I get to be a part of this fundraiser for the rescue that saved my life and is trying to help find my forever family for me! You’ll see my cute face at all the local places that it is being poured at to support SCDR, such as Waxhaw Taphouse, Mary O’Neill’s, Capricci’s, The Buzz, Maxwell’s, East Coast Wings & Grill, and Cork & Ale.”

If you want this local celebrity to be a part of your family – submit your application at

Age/Size: 5.5 years old/75 lbs.
Breed/Sex: American Bulldog-Staffie Mix/Neutered
Temperament: Goofy couch potato

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Tara Botero
A. Tara Botero was born and raised in the South but only recently moved to Waxhaw, NC in November 2014. She has a horse, Cooper, with whom she spends many hours on the trails. Tara has been in love with photography for over 20 years and joined Tri-W News as a photographer and reporter in August 2016.