King was found in a box in a Burger King parking lot & rescued, along with his two siblings. All three Rottweiler puppies; Burger (boy), BK (girl), and King found good homes. King was approximately 7 weeks old, the runt of the litter, and loved watching TV even at that age. He was the easiest puppy to raise. He was never destructive, house trained in less than a week, and perfectly content with a "flashy" chew toy. In 2007, Dr. Park diagnosed King as having Addison's disease, an adrenal gland disorder. Addison's is a disease with symptoms that are common in many other ailments, making diagnosis difficult, but once Addison's is correctly diagnosed, a properly treated dog can live a normal, active life. King has done exactly that; a 10 year old Rottie who LOVES going on car rides, walks in the neighborhood, watching TV with the family, and last but not least, visiting Dr. Park & staff! King and his family are extremely grateful to Dr. Park & his staff for taking such good care of him. PAWS UP...woof!