Rosco and Daisy(please check out her entry!!) are Lab/Golden Retriever mix 7 year old siblings who are looking for their forever home . Ideally, they would be adopted as a pair, because they have been together their entire lives. Both dogs are very friendly to people of all sizes and they are house trained. They don’t do well around other dogs or cats, so they should go to a home where they are only dogs for now. Neither is protective of food or toys and they know a few commands. They need some work on walking well on a leash because they do pull, but this can be corrected with some training. Rosco is a medium energy dog who weighs in at 80 lbs. and Daisy is a lower energy dog who weighs 70 lbs. Rosco is more athletic and loves to play fetch. He is capable of jumping a 4 ft. fence, so 6 ft. is recommended. Daisy is a very loving dog who prefers getting a belly rub to chasing a ball. Both dogs are current on their vaccinations, micro-chipped and healthy according to their last check up in May. If you’re looking for a couple of good dogs and can find it in your heart to give these two a chance to have a home and a good life, please complete an application. Rosco and Daisy are very happy dogs who would do well in a home who where they will become part of the family . They're entertaining, they enjoy each others company and they love to be around people. Rosco and Daisy are currently in a foster home where they will be learning some additional commands and proper leash etiquette. Help with training can be provided if you are willing to do the follow up.
If you are interested in Roscoe and/or Daisy, please contact email@example.com
Suggested adoption fee: Single dog: $150.00 Pair: $250.00
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