Approx DOB: 6/24/2008 Approx Weight: 50 lbs.
I'M PART OF A SPECIAL ADOPTION PROMOTION SO
MY ADOPTION FEE HAS BEEN REDUCED TO $100
$150 adoption fee includes a 2 week trial to ensure everyone's happiness.
Rocket was adopted from Furry Kids as a puppy and returned because he kept escaping his family's yard by jumping their fence. We have also learned that Rocket is not good with cats. When he was returned, his nails were extremely long and they are being cut back gradually to allow the quick to recede. Shortly after he was returned, we also discovered that he was heartworm positive. He has been treated for the heartworms and if kept on prevention should have no ill effects from them.
Rocket does well with most dogs, but will stand up for himself if another dog tries to dominate him. He is crate trained, he is housetrained. Rocket loves people and wants to please you in any way he can.
Rocket has been neutered, treated for heartworms, is current on vaccinations and is microchipped. If you are interested in adopting Rocket, please fill out the adoption application located at www.furrykidsreufge.org/adoptadog and a dedicated volunteer will get back with you as soon as possible. Thanks for your interest in Rocket.
Furry Kids' Refuge is in need of good quality dog and puppy food with meat as the first ingredient. You can drop off donations at our weekly adoption events at the Lee's Summit Petco (1860 NW Chipman Road, Lee's Summit, MO), Saturdays only from Noon to 4:00 p.m. Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.
Would you like to foster a Furry Kid? Furry Kids' Refuge will supply the food & vet care while you supply the basic house rules & love.......win-win for all!! Just visit our website http://www.furrykidsrefuge.org/category/fostering/ for more information. Thanks for your support!
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