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Roscoe (Neutered)   

In shelter Dog

Marietta, OH, 45750
Pet name:
Roscoe (Neutered)
German Shepherd Dog
Brown / Chocolate
Roscoe is a handsome 5 1/2-year old male German Shepherd who was brought to the HSOV on September 24, 2022 after he was picked up on Peaker Run Road/McGrath Road in the Lower Salem Ohio area by a Washington County Deputy Sheriff. Roscoe was accompanied by two beautiful female German Shepherds (Medusa and Pandora). All three were wearing collars but there were neither id tags nor dog tags on their collars. Roscoe was microchipped so we are in the process of attempting to contact the individual to whom the microchip is registered.

Roscoe has a black-and-brown medium-haired coat, a long tail, and an adorable face with characteristic features of the German Shepherd breed. Roscoe has one blue eye (right) and one brown eye (left), a black button nose, a dusting of white on his long muzzle, and large erect/horizontal ears.

Roscoe is a gentleman with a sweet, mellow personality.

Roscoe weighs 56.2 lbs, and he is neutered.

In compliance with the Ohio Revised Code, Roscoe will be held for three days so that his family will have an opportunity to reclaim him with proof of ownership.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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