Rocket is currently being fostered in Lexington, KY.
Due to Rocket's small size (8 lbs), he is NOT available to families with small children. Rockets ideal furver home would be one with dogs of similar size and temperament and/or an owner who can treat him like the baby he is. Rockets potential adopters must have a fenced-in yard due to his age, he needs time and room run around and play.
For personality, you couldn't ask for a sweeter puppy. Rocket is a very well mannered, polite, human attached, playful, quiet puppy. Rocket is house-trained, once he learns your schedule. Rocket loves to cuddle up tight to his humans, he gives excellent hugs and kisses, and enjoys being carried.
Rocket is your typical min pin, he is suspicious of strangers but does fine when he is held.
If you are interested in learning more about True Heart Pinscher Rescue, the dogs we have available, or how you can help us by volunteering with our organization, please visit our website at http://www.trueheartrescue.org, or send an email to email@example.com. Our website also provides links to the adoption form if you are interested in adopting one of our dogs.
True Heart Pinscher Rescue currently operates in IL, IN, KY, MI, MO, NC, and OH. We prefer to adopt our dogs out to individuals that live within these states, or within 50 miles of the state border. A home visit is required for all dog adoptions. If a home visit cannot be completed, the adoption will not be allowed.
**Note that we are a 501(c)3, 100% non-profit organization, and all money received in donations goes DIRECTLY to the care of our rescued dogs. Donations are tax deductible.**
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