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Roscoe

Male Young Dutch Shepherd

If you have any questions about Roscoe, please contact Green Dog Rescue Project at adopt@greendogproject.org

Green Dog Rescue Project

About Roscoe

Adoption Fee: $225

ROSCOE IS PENDING ADOPTION AND NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.   Roscoe is a beautiful 14-month old brindle Dutch Shepherd. He was in training to be a scent detection dog at San Quentin Prison, and in spite of his intelligence and high energy, he wasn't well suited for this program which led them to transfer him to us. He has a hard time transitioning to new environments and is prone to feeling anxious, especially when left alone. Roscoe will need plenty of patience from his adopter to help him acclimate, and teach him to self-soothe. While his breed immediately makes us think he needs a job to do, or a purpose, he is one-of-a-kind in that he rather more needs unconditional love, patience, and flexibility from his human.

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Details

Name
Roscoe
Age
Young
Gender
Male
Size
Large
Primary Color
Brindle
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure

Green Dog Rescue Project

10342 Old Redwood Hwy Windsor CA 95492

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