Dumped On I-20, Kodak Needs A Home ADOPTED!
UPDATE: Kodak has been ADOPTED!
Dumped on I-20, Kodak needs a home…. It shouldn’t happen to any animal, but sadly, it happens all the time. This time it happened to Kodak. He was just left on I-20, in heavy traffic.
Meet Kodak. Because of his circumstances he arrived at the Aiken County Animal Shelter traumatized and shut down. Can you blame him? He has come a long way to get ready for adoption. He needs a home where he can continue to recover, a really loving home.
The volunteers at the shelter love him! He’s calm and quiet. He adores people, and he’s gradually coming to a place of trust and safety. He slowly wags his tail and offers you his paw, hoping that he’s met with kindness on the other end.
Kodak is good with other dogs. He’s about two years old and weights 50 lbs. He seems to be housetrained. He walks on a leash, but slowly, as if he unsure if he’s going somewhere good.
He’s neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and heartworm negative.
He’s available for the adoption fee of $35
Please share this post to help Kodak find a loving home. The shelter is overcrowded and the need for him adoption is urgent.
The Aiken County Animal Shelter is located at 333 Wire Rd., Aiken.
If you would like to arrange to meet Kodak, send an e-mail to
Walk-Ins are welcome from 11am-4pm everyday except Sunday.
After being dumped on I-20, Kodak needs a home
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