already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
While fostering Cosmo the past 2+ months, we have discovered Cosmo is a bright, energetic, curious, and loving dog. He is a good walker and takes three walks daily (1 mile each trip) in his neighborhood where he watches for squirrels, deer, and an occasional duck. Cosmo enjoys being outside while we work in the yard. He enjoys playing fetch and chewing on his chew toys. Cosmo is able to jump 4 feet in the air and travels up or down a flight of stairs in record time. He makes himself comfortable on soft dog beds as well as the corner of a couch or seat of a chair. The kitchen is his favorite room. If someone is there, he will join them. He is able to stand up to peer at the counter, so food is placed at the back. Cosmo consumes 1 1/2-2 cups of dry dog food throughout the day, as well as some homemade dog biscuits (recipe to be included). Cosmo loves to sleep in a crate where he will arrange his blankets "just so" each night. He will also rest there on his own at times during the day. If we are gone for 2-3 hours during the day, Cosmo is not put in the crate and he always greets us at the door upon our return. If we are gone longer, Cosmo happily enters and spends the time in his crate. While not a classic lap dog, Cosmo enjoys being near us, being petted, and having his chest rubbed or scratched. Cosmo is protective of us and his property, and will bark if someone approaches until he becomes familiar with visitors. He has inverted sneezing on occasion, which the vet feels, may be due in part to seasonal allergies. Cosmo may be best suited in a home with school age children, and owners who will play with and walk him. We are not sure how he would interact with other dogs in a home, but he is smart and is able to learn quickly. Adoption fee $250
RESCUEDohio was founded on August 1, 2015 by a group of dedicated animal lovers in the central Ohio area. The founders came from various different vocational backgrounds, but all have one thing in common: the passion to save dogs. Before starting RESCUEDohio, they were previously involved in different aspects of rescue, including fostering, fundraising, coordinating and training. The mission of this group is to help find homes for unwanted and abandoned dogs and to advocate for the rights of all animals everywhere.
Fees are $195 senior dogs or $65 seniors adopting senior dogs, 4 months to 7 years $250, puppies 4 months and younger $300. All fees include spay/neuter, microchip,with vaccinations, worming, flea and heartworm current.
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