Cosmo was one of those poor pups born out of greed or stupidity and then sold at a flea market passed to a couple families until he ended up in a horrible trailer park with an abuser. Cosmo’s last owner was seen pouring cleaning fluid on his food and neighbors became concerned. They already knew the man had killed a cat by leaving it in a crate in the heat to die a slow death. And another dog had mysteriously not been seen for a while. When police arrived, sadly they found a decomposing pitbull body in a closet. The man said he died and didn’t want his kids to find out. So I was called to help because the shelter was overflowing and closed it was a Sunday. The hubby and I immediately jumped in the car and headed to South Carolina to pick up Cosmo. Cosmo leapt in our car like he knew he was safe immediately. Two days later the man was arrested. Yay for once! So now please help me find a forever home for Cosmo. I believe Cosmo to be mostly smooth coated collie. He is all love and fun. Cosmo is only 9 months old or less and weighs at least 35lbs. Cosmo is strong and will pull you for your life on a walk so we are demanding a fenced yard no exceptions. He loves to romp jump roll play chase bark eat fetch and chew. Typical big puppy. Cosmo would knock a small child over. He has no manners yet except he is crate trained. Cosmo would do best with another sturdy equal size or bigger dog. He plays too rough with smaller dogs. He has a loud collie bark when he wants a dog to play with him. Otherwise he’s not a barker for no reason. He’s super soft and cuddly. He’s super sweet and truly a smart dog that will be a great companion for another dog and active person or family. Cosmo is on a wait list for neuter so he is available to foster or foster to adopt immediately at www.peanutsplacerescue.org. Please read the important information page.
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