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Roscoe - in Maine!

Latest update: June 2016

 

 

What a little doll! Roscoe is a 7 month old (as of late June) mixed breed pup. We are thinking beagle/dachsund/terrier mix?  He weighs around 15 lbs so he is just a little nugget. He is good with other dogs but is not a big player; he would rather be around people than dogs but tolerates them. From a distance, Roscoe will be nervous with other dogs, especially if they are bigger than him, but then once he gets closer and can sniff and greet appropriately he does better.

 

 Roscoe likes children and we don’t have any cat info at this time. Roscoe is housebroken and and 100% adorable! At his southern foster home he would sleep in his mom’s bed and curl up under the covers; he is not a big lover of the crate.

 

While Roscoe loves all humans,  but tends to pick out one person and be their shadow. It will be important to help him bond to more than one human friend.

 

Roscoe’s  Maine foster family says he is great with people of all ages. He met a 10 year old child and jumped right in his lap. With a 3 yr old Roscoe was giving kisses. At the beach he’d go up to everyone to be petted. 

 

He will play with toys but mostly he loves his humans. His foster family is working to socialize him with other dogs. He is definitely a smart little lap dog – he would love a family who is home a lot because the crate is not his favorite place.

 

Roscoe is a sweet and loveable little guy! We brought him to an adoption event recently and he was so much fun, prancing around for the cameras!

 

If you have interest in Roscoe or any of our sweet pups, please fill out the adoption application

 

Please note: we do not have a physical facility where the dogs are housed; they are cared for in our wonderful foster network. 

It is our expectation that, once approved, a potential adopter will meet the dog(s) in the foster placement where they are feeling safe and loved.