Well I’m Ranger Rick and I’m here to say, if you’re looking for a perfect dog, then today’s your lucky day! You can probably tell by my name that I love adventure and excitement. That’s kind of how I ended up at Furkids in the first place. I was out on patrol and doggonit if I didn’t get lost from my unit. Now I’m just trying to recruit a great family who would appreciate a loyal, easy going guy like me. Good with other dogs you ask? Heck yes! I love’em! Kids? You bet! I will lick all the crumbs off their faces and help them play with all of their toys. Cats? Of course! However, I am still young and I play a little rough with them. All you have to do is tell me to cool it and I will! I already know how to sit on command and the only thing I’m better at than walking on a leash is tug o’war! Guaranteed I will win every time. I also enjoy chewing on bones and my Foster Dad says as long as you take me out within a reasonable time, I rarely have an accident in the house. But the best part is when play time’s over and the lights go down, I will snuggle you so good that there will be no choice but to surrender to my charms. If I sound like what’s been missing from your platoon, then please fill out an application for me right away!
Since Ranger Rick’s estimated birthdate is 4/11/2016, his adoption fee is $275 [senior citizens (age 62 and older) and military personnel receive a 15% discount on adoption fees]. If you want to know more about Ranger Rick and to speak to an Adoption Counselor, please complete an application at https://furkids.org/dog-adoptions/application. Must be at least 21 years of age to apply.
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