Roscoe is a single stud looking for his new home! Roscoe is a very big, sturdy boy full of energy and happiness! This big boy's tail never stops wagging, and there is no such thing as too much fun for Roscoe. He is about 2 years old and super friendly, very active, looking for a friend to run or hike or play with all day long! Roscoe is a bit naughty and will jump fences, so we recommend a home where he will be walked for bathroom breaks or monitored every time he is in the yard while he is trained to stay home, but above all he is a very smart dog, and very willing to learn for anyone willing to work with him. He is housebroken, leash trained, rides well in the car, and loves walks. Roscoe would do best in a home where he is the only dog and can receive all of the attention. He would do best with kids 16 and older. Thanks to our generous donors, Roscoe is in Lorenzo Boarding/Training behavior modification program which will teach him everything from basic manners to learning to accept new people & other dogs more openly. With Roscoe’s adoption, Lorenzo's Dog Training Team has offered 5 free handling sessions. AZ Small Dog Rescue is so grateful that Roscoe had this opportunity. He is becoming a very behaved boy!! He is neutered, up to date on vaccines, chipped, vet checked, licensed, comes with 30 days of free pet insurance, and comes with a free vet visit. His adoption fee is $80. To meet him, contact Lisa 602-918-9431
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