ROCKY MARIO – 30963
Safe - 8-15-2018 Manhattan
ROCKY MARIO – 30963
Intake Date 6/12/18 Intake Type: Owner surrender
Medical Behavior: -, Age: 9 years, Sex: Neutered Male
Weight: – lbs
Medical exam pending
A Little Bit About Me…
His foster writes: Rocky Mario is a sweet and easygoing family dog who has lived happily with two children and three other dogs. His previous owners and I can agree that Rocky is an angel and it’s impossible to not love this handsome hunk. I have observed that Rocky is house broken and he will signal that he needs to go out by sitting by the door. Rocky is extremely respectful in our home and has not barked or jumped once. He is so content to simply lie next to us by the table or couch and loves nothing more than being told he’s good boy (which is so very evident). Every time we greet him he has the best helicopter tail and gives the sweetest kisses. He sits for treats and takes them so gently. He loves belly rubs and will roll over for them (which quickly put him to sleep). Outside, he pulls a bit so he can use the bathroom, but after he’s taken care of his business he walks well. Rocky is friendly and playful with other dogs he meets and is all around a perfect pet! Rocky also has ridiculously cute ears and a beautiful golden brown coat! Rocky deserves the best because he is one of the best and we know he’ll make his human/s very happy! He’s awaiting his furever home and can be adopted at the Manhattan Care Center!
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