Do you want a dog that can be active with the best of them AND relax and chill the rest of the time? Then I could be the love match for you!! My name is Rollo, but when you meet me, you’ll know why my foster family calls me Bubba! I am a super sweet goofy guy and I’ll follow you all around the house just to be near you. Although I am about 3-4 years old, I have the wide eyed curiosity of a puppy, but I’m proud to say I’m crate trained and housebroken.
I love to romp around the yard like a good ole boy but can run like the wind when the mood strikes me. I’m very playful and always ready to go! I get along well with my foster sister, but because she is a smaller dog, my play and attention can be a tad overwhelming. My two feline house mates aren’t sure what to make of me yet. I show them attention but they usually stay out of my reach, probably because I am 70 lbs and can be intimidating at 10 times their size.
I adore people but my only human interactions have been with adults. My rambunctious play and large size would probably not be a good fit with young children.
I ride well in the car and walk on a leash, but I could benefit from some leash work. My tail wags constantly because I am just a happy boy! Although I’m rather large to be a lap dog, that doesn’t stop me from trying! I just love to cuddle and will melt every time you scratch my ears, rub my belly or just touch me in any way!
If you are interested in adopting Rollo please email SLN2310@yahoo.com and request an application. Once your application has been received and reviewed, you will be contacted via email or phone by one of our volunteers.
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