Meet Rocky, our little 8 lbs yorkie mix that is 100% pure love and joy. He is the sweetest most loyal dog we have had the pleasure of helping. He is amazing with children, makes friends with big and small dogs of varying personalities, and is truly a womans best friend. Although Rocky does fantastic with dogs and children, he really just wants his person or another family member. He is a playful lap dog that enjoys car rides and meeting new people. Rocky prefers his persons bed and sleeps deep under the covers, but he is crate trained and does excellent in his crate when the foster family is away from home. Rocky was put outside with his fur family at 1.5 years of age after living inside his entire life. Because of this, he was hesitant to go outside after we rescued him for fear of not being let back inside. After realizing he was an inside dog again, Rocky enjoys the backyard with his fur friends and goes potty outside. Rockys forever family may experience temporary potty issues during the transition period. We would love for Rocky to have a playful companion dog in his forever home. 6 ft privacy fence required. Available 10/4. Adoption fee $400.
Visit ruffredemption.org to complete an application. All Ruff Redemption Dogs are spayed/neutered and microchipped prior to adoption. They also receive a minimum of two distemper/parvo vaccines, medication for the treatment and prevention of intestinal worms, and monthly heart worm/flea prevention while in our care. Rabies vaccines are given if the dog is 16 weeks of age or older.
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