Roscoe is a six-month old redbone mix rescued from the Navajo Nation who is patiently waiting for his fur-ever home at the Arizona Humane Society. I'm fascinated by Roscoe because due to his upbringing he has no idea what a toy is, is unfamiliar with a human taking pictures with him on a cell phone, and really is truly content with just a little attention and a lot of love. He's a blank slate and is VERY treat motivated and will likely be the perfect candidate for some great puppy training (also offered at AHS) and taking on this big, new world together. Roscoe is going to re-ignite your sense of wonder. His gold eyes are curious and mindful. Life hasn't been easy for this pup so far and you can sense the gratitude when he is given just the simplest of pleasures. Walkies, kisses, pets, and treats will light him up. You keep him safe, he'll keep you wild. Please share so we can get this good boy the home he deserves. Or visit him today at the shelter!
Adoption info can be found HERE!
Please note: This pet might have been adopted by the time of the airing and publishing of Fur-Ever Friends, however AHS has dozens more wonderful pets who also need loving homes. Please take a moment to meet some of the other dogs, cats and other companion animals at the shelter! Interested adopters can view available pets on our Adopt pages on our website, and schedule an appointment online to meet their next furry friend! To see all adoptable animals right now, visit www.azhumane.org/adopt.