Rogallo came to us from a kill shelter in Texas. He was going to be euthanized for being too shy and keeping his nose in the back corner of his kennel. As soon as we got him to St Louis he started to come out of his shell. He LOVES to snuggle and get pet. We are still working on his leash walking. This poor guy must have had some terrible experiences on a leash. He does have some scarring on his face also/ :0(
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