Howdy partners! I’m Rocky, the sweetest meatball in the Wild West! I started my journey at Animal Aid after my previous family had a baby who was very allergic to me. The transition has been a little… Rocky … but I’ve proven myself to be the most loving, goofy partner in crime to the new people in my life. My nervousness around strangers can easily be worked through with patience, yummy treats, and a good head scratch. Don’t be surprised if I sound the alarm when danger approaches our home!

All of our animals are vaccinated, treated for parasites, microchipped, spayed or neutered, and cats are tested for feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) and feline leukemia virus (FeLv). All animals receive any necessary veterinary care (dentals, etc.) until the time of adoption. 

I haven’t spent a ton of time with other dogs, but I never seem to mind being in the same space as them. I ignore them and mind my own business. I’m sure I could get along with a canine sibling if introduced slowly. I’ve shown an interest in chasing the neighborhood cats outside, so a cat free home is probably ideal. Older, respectful kids are also totally in my social wheelhouse.

I’m looking for a home with either a fenced yard or a very quiet neighborhood. I’m still working through my fear of all the sights and sounds that I encounter on leashed walks outside of my comfort zone. A personal yard to zoom and play would be perfect for burning energy and those pesky extra pounds that I’m trying to lose. 

My foster parents say that I’m a total dream when left alone at home. No separation anxiety here! As long as I have a loving family to cuddle with at the end of the day, I’m putty in your hands. Apart from some mild skin and ear infections currently being treated, I’m a simple guy who just wants to lounge around with whoever has extra love to spare. 

Approx. Date of Birth: 9/1/2020       Weight: 85 lbs

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