Breeds:
Fox Terrier, Mixed
Colors:
Lost or found date:
07/09/2021
Pet name:
Rome
Gender:
Male
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Description:
Rome (or Zion) is the sweetest companion anyone could wish for! He is an extremely chill dog who has tons of pep in his step when he goes outside. He loves car rides, peanut butter treats, waterside breezes, and open grassy fields. His favorite activity though is finding a nice rug by his family to roll around on and get belly rubs. Rome knows basic obedience but is not the most well- trained or experienced dog. If you invest time in training him he is responsive. He is house trained and he likes to go for 2-4 walks a day, about 30-45 minutes each. He is skittish when there's loud unexpected noises, is not very treat motivated, nor does he show much interest in toys. He prefers to stay in when it's very hot (who doesn't) and is not the most energetic or playful dog, but is very loving and entertaining in his own way. He loves being next to his human friends the most! The best family for Rome would be a family with kids, possibly another dog. He is very tolerant and gentle and will be a great companion for kids. Rome is 4-years-old and about 40 pounds. He loves having a fenced in yard that he can wander and chase squirrels in. Come meet him today!

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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