Vinnie is a very sweet boy who wants nothing more than to please his family, and carry around a tennis ball. He is house trained and kennel trained. Its important for him to maintain a kennel schedule and be kenneled when left alone or he can become destructive. He lives with several other dogs of all sizes and ages and does fantastic with them all.
Vinnie has had issues in the past with strangers coming into the home, however he is very easily corrected and with properly managed introductions he loves making new friends. He is a very goofy guy and loves play to play - especially with empty water bottles.
Adoption fees vary by each pet and includes mandatory spay/neuter surgery, first round of vaccines and deworming, microchip and registration, and a free wellness exam.
Ruff Patch Rescue is a foster home based organization, which means we do not have a physical location. The best way to learn more about one of our pets or to schedule a time to meet them is to visit our website - www.RuffPatchRescue.com - and submit an adoption application. This is the first step scheduling a private meet and greet, which is typically held during our adoption event hours on Saturday at the Riverton PetSmart from 1pm to 3pm.
Answers to other general questions can also be found on our website. For current updates on events, follow us on Facebook and/or Instagram!
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