Rocky is located in TEXAS. There are not enough homes for all the unwanted dogs down here, so he is willing to relocate for a good, loving, forever home.
Rockys owners brought him in for treatment and then abandoned him at a local vet clinic. He has been there for a while and the staff is very fond of him. Rocky is an American Staffordshire Terrier mix, around 3 years old and weighing 66 pounds. His coat is dark brown or black with reddish overtones. Rocky is a sweet boy, and his tail never stops wagging. Rocky is good with people and children of all ages. He is great with dogs that match his rough and tumble play style. He is not good with cats or other small critters. We think he would do best with someone that is familiar with the breed. Rocky must be walked on a leash and would like a home with a big fenced yard where he can run and play. He must be in the house as a loved member of the family.
Rocky is neutered, vaccinated (DAPPvL2, Bordatella, rabies), and microchipped. He is receiving monthly heartworm and flea prevention. Rocky is negative for heartworms but microfilaria (infant heartworms) are present in his bloodstream. So adopters need to know that Rocky must be treated for heartworms prior to transport. Rockys adoption fee includes ground transport to Brewster NY, Nanuet NY, or Rocky Hill CT. Please fill out our online application at https://www.2manydogsrescue.org/adoption-application.html if you are interested in adopting this good boy. If you are on Facebook, PLEASE visit and LIKE our page: www.facebook.com/2ManyDogsRescue
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