Living Free Animal Sanctuary dog of the week: Meet Titus

Hi, I’m Titus! Anza Valley Outlook/Courtesy photo

Titus is an 8-year-old Kelpie mix that lives every day as if it’s the best day ever, and his heartwarming smile never fades from his sweet, gray face. Even though he’s a bit older, Titus can still be found frolicking around the dog park with his longtime buddy and roommate, Rusty. It’s funny how, despite being several years younger, Rusty often ends up trailing behind!

Titus is a bit of an oddball in the dog world-his absolute favorite thing is getting a bath. He’s all about water and anything related to it. This friendly and independent pup loves nothing more than just hanging out with people, cozying up next to anyone who’s spending time with him and soaking up the simple joys of companionship.

Every single thing about Titus makes him the perfect sidekick, and whoever gets to share their life with him will undoubtedly gain an incredible best friend.

Living Free is a nonprofit animal sanctuary whose primary mission is to rescue dogs and cats whose time is up at public shelters. Living Free Animal Sanctuary is located on 155 acres in the San Jacinto Mountains near Idyllwild. A diamond in the rough, the property is home to a kennel-in-the-round, Give Life Park, catteries and protected open-air “catios,” breathtaking scenery and wide open fields for the wild mustangs and rescued burros to run free.

Open by appointment.

For dog adoptions, call 951-321-9982, for cat adoptions, call 951-491-1898, and for all other inquiries, call 951- 659-4687.

To book a tour, visit Living Free is located at 54250 Keen Camp Road in Mountain Center.

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