***This cocker boy needs to find an ADULT ONLY HOME. He does not do well with kids. He will need an experienced owner as he does show signs of aggression at times.
My name is Romeo. I am a neutered, red n white, 4 year old cocker boy. I am an owner give up. I lived with a lady owner who had health issues and became very sick last summer. When she couldn't care for me properly, she gave me to a lady who is a good friend. She agreed to care for me until things got better and I could go home. Unfortunately this didn't happen and my sick owner sadly had to ask her to surrender me to rescue to find a new home.
I am heartworm negative, I a healthy boy and my vetting is current. These rescue folks have gotten to know me and do not recommend placing me into a home with any kids because I do not like to have my ears messed with as I will try to bite at you. Apparently I do not appreciate being muzzled and will give you a really hard time with that too.. I do like my crate, it seems to be my safe haven. If you try to take me outside after dark, I act scared and uncomfortable, not sure just why. I do ok around some cockers, but other dogs must irritate me, as I will growl at them. At the temporary home with my owners friend, I was with a Chihuahua and I showed dominance, but I was ok with the cocker. If you can work with me on the things that I need help with, show me patience and understanding and provide me the loving home environment that I deserve.............I would love to have a 2nd chance and share a good life with you. I will only be placed into an adult only home!
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