Romeo, Romeo - who doesn't want an unconditional love in their lives?
Romeo is a sweet dog who is learning to play ball & tug o' war. As his name suggests, Romeo loves people of all ages, especially kids. He loves playing with other dogs, especially his brother Rocky. He's very social, so much so that his rescuers call him a "serial hugger." He loves giving kisses and is great with other dogs and even cats.
Romeo is very smart so his rescuers works with him at the kennel on playing, socialization, and basic commands. He loves to be brushed, get belly rubs, and is even learning to love the water - which makes bath time a lot easier. Romeo also loves on human beds but feels that dog beds are more for chewing than sleeping.
Romeo has the awesome ability to calm down his human friends when they are stressed and even calms down his fur-brother Rocky when he gets nervous or anxious. Romeo loves to run & he does like to chase rabbits & squirrels. Romeo would do great with a family with kids - we'd love for him to have a family & a yard to play in.
While Romeo has many loves, he's not that fond of loud noises like thunder, loud trucks, etc. So he'll need a little comforting during a storm. Romeo is very bonded to his brother Rocky so we would love them to find a home together if possible.
If you would like to meet Rocky, please fill out our application and we will forward it to his rescuer!
Note: Romeo is part of our Guest Dog Program and is being cared for by an independent rescuer. To meet this dog, please fill out an adoption application at the our website: http://duckteam6.org/adoption-application/
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