Rooster is a big lovable Anatolian Shepherd mix! He is absolutely beautiful and we cannot figure out why he has not yet found his forever home! Rooster just loves to ""talk"" and he can be so dramatic if he doesnt get his way about something!
He really has quite the personality! Rooster absolutely loves playing with other dogs & he becomes very attached to his people. His perfect home would be a nice fenced yard to play in with another dog, and then, when its time to chill, to come in & be with his people/person. Rooster is good with kids, but they should probably be over 12, because of his size, he could accidentally knock them over! He has been around cats...sometimes he shows no interest & sometimes he just barks a lot at them! For that reason, he probably should not be in a home with cats!
Rooster is neutered & chipped & up to date on all his shots. He was born around the first of March, 2020. He weighs around 75 lbs. He is housetrained. He goes in & out the doggy door in his current fosters home.
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Please go to http://ootwrescue.org/adoption to fill out an application or review our Adoption Process.
Cat adoption fee is $100. Dog adoption fee is $150, unless otherwise specified.
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