He LOVES KIDS! When my kiddo goes into his room and shuts the door, Roscoe sits outside of his door and cries.
He is potty trained, no aggression, gets along great with dogs (we have 3 other dogs in the home) they've gotten into a couple of scuffles like normal dogs do, we've brought him around cats and he is more interested in the poop than the actual cat and is just the biggest love bug ever. His nose will get him into trouble so keep your yummy treats off the counters! He loves to play with his foster brothers and sisters so he would do great in a home with dogs too.
He is a lap dog and a contortionist. He loves to crawl up on your lap and snuggle and like a typical hound, has no sense of personal space.
He is a chicken eater so NO CHICKENS! Also for some reason and I do not know why, he loves to eat hats. He's already gotten 3 and is constantly looking for more so KEEP YOUR HATS SAFE!!! :) He is also very sensitive so he needs someone who has patience and lots of love. We are working on basic commands like sit, down, stay, etc but he has a mind of his own. He will come when called and when you come home he is ready to give you HUGS!!
If you try to grab his collar to move him he will cower down. He is getting much better about it but LOVE LOVE AND MORE LOVE is what he needs! He is neutered, up to date on shots and ready for his new home. He must have an above ground fence- no exceptions. He craves attention and love. And has been tested and his nose has shown so much potential so he would be a great candidate for a working home. Transportation can be arranged within reason, so please don't say "I wish I was closer" because you never know if we can bring him to you! His adoption fee is $250 and comes with a clean bill of health and a heart full of love.
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