If you are interested in adopting this beautiful cocker, please go to our website for more info: www.rockymountaincockerrescue.org/adopt-a-dog/adoption-information/
Max is very much the independent dog who has a will of his own. He goes along mostly with what is wanted of him but if he lays down, it is best not to push him. He is late riser in the mornings and enjoys snuggling down in his bed. He loves his food so it is necessary to feed him away from other dogs. He will wait patiently for his meal and takes treats nicely. Max loves car rides, the dog park and going for walks. His foster family is working on getting him to walk at a slower pace. He loves his toys and can be a little territorial about them, giving a soft growl to other pups. He gets along good with other dogs once he knows them. He is protective and loving to his people. Max would do good by himself or with just one companion dog. He loves to cuddle and be told what a great boy he is.
Our dogs are temporarily housed in pre-screened, loving foster homes while waiting their new forever home. They are also micro-chipped, groomed (if needed), and given a thorough professional veterinary exam to identify any health issues or potential issues. Please view this dog and all our Cocker Spaniels at www.RockyMountainCockerRescue.org
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