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Homeward Pet's ~ Pet of the Week ~ Rosco

Lover-boy Rosco is a happy and engaging dog who would love to join your household. Come meet him today!

This stunner is Rosco, a handsome and charming three year old purebred Doberman. He is blue and tan – a less common color than the traditional black and tan- weighing in just under eighty pounds and loves to run and play. He’s a dedicated friend who will form strong bonds with his people - you won’t meet a more loyal dog than a Doberman like Rosco!

Rosco is looking for a cat-free home, and would prefer a home with female dogs over males. Older kids are recommended due to his large size and rambunctious nature he might be a bit too much for younger children. Rosco is a clever and intelligent boy who would make a great candidate for obedience and trick training, rally obedience, or agility. These Dobies love to work and enjoy training with their owners.

Lover-boy Rosco is a happy and engaging dog who would love to join your household. Come meet him today!

We are located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville and are open for visitors between 12pm and 6pm, Wednesday through Sunday. 

See all our adoptable dogs, cats, kittens and puppies at www.homewardpet.org.

Join us for our annual Fur Ball Auction and Dinner, March 2 at the Meydenbauer Center, and help us continue to provide help to needy dogs and cats in our area.  To register, visit:  www.homewardpet.org/auction



 

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