CHICO -  5 ½ year male. Chico is a very sweet boy, his family moved and Chico could not go with them. He is a very sweet boy who does know some basic commands. He is very food motivated and love, love, loves his Kong especially if there is peanut butter in it. He is very affectionate and loves a good butt scratching. After his kong, he has no problems entertaining himself with his tennis balls and toys.Chico would do best in a home with no small dogs or cats, but he does do very well with with females his own size. Children over the age of 10 would be best.

If you are interested in adding CHICO to your family, please go to our PLACEMENT PAGE for our placement policies, location and online application. If you have submitted an application within the last year and would be interested in CHICO, send us a message through our CONTACT form and let us know.

 

UPDATE – February 11th – New Photo of CHOP

CHOP – 1 ½ year male. Poor Chop not only came to use with a bad photo, he is also heartworm positive. We didn’t want to hold Chop back to wait for better photos so we will use what we have until new ones are available. AND he is currently undergoing treatment for heartworm and doing very well. Chop is the typical silly, goofy young male – just wants to have fun, thus he would very much benefit from obedience training. On the plus side, he is housebroken and crate trained. Chop would do well with females dogs his own size, do not recommend cats. Because he still has puppy energy Chop would be better with children over the age of 5.

As always, donations to help offset the cost of heartworm treatment are always appreciated.

If you are interested in adding CHOP to your family, please go to our PLACEMENT PAGE for our placement policies, location and online application. If you have submitted an application within the last year and would be interested in CHOP, send us a message through our CONTACT form and let us know approximately when you applied and name on application.

 

COCO – 3 year female. Coco, sweet Coco. She can be a bit shy at first meeting, but don’t let that deter you. She will quickly warm up and her loving, charming side will shine. Miss Coco has a strong personality, a home where she can be a single dog would be perfect, if there is another dog, it should be a laid back male, her size – no small dogs or cats.  A low key home where she can where she can be the just hang out with her family, maybe have a yard to play in, go for long walks. Coco is housebroken and crate trained. If there are children in the family they should be over the age of 10.

If you are interested in including in your family, please go to our Placement Page for our placement policies, rescue location and online application.

 

GINO – 2 year male. This is one happy boy, Gino is housebroken, crate trained and does well with dogs his own size (has not been with small dogs or cats). Gino has some basic obedience skills, but would benefit from a refresher course. Gino would love to have a yard to play in, maybe a buddy to play with. He would do well with children over the age of 5.

If you are interested in adding GINO to your family, please go to our PLACEMENT PAGE for our placement policies, location and online application. If you have submitted an application within the last year and would be interested in GINO, send us a message through our CONTACT form and let us know approximately when you applied and name on application.

 

Meet JOLT – approx 15 month male. Full of life and always on the lookout for something to do. He loves a good chew bone, loves a stuffed toy too, but they only last a few seconds. Somewhere in his short life he has had some obedience, but definitely needs a refresher course. He has been introduced to other dogs his own size and traveled with Pepper. He is crate trained and housebroken. Jolt is definitely on the thin side. When he puts on a few pounds this boy is going to be a real looker. He was not been tested with cats or small dogs. Due to his excess energy children over the age of 10 might be a better fit.

Jolt  recently traveled to Chicago from a shelter in North Carolina. He was the perfect house guest and along the way spent the night with RR friends in North Carolina. His host dad had the following to say which we think sums everything up for Jolt:
Jolt doesn’t seem phased at all with this new world he was thrown into. He will do great wherever he is as long as he can run and play.

If you are interested in adding JOLT to your family, please go to our PLACEMENT PAGE (http://www.recycledrotts.org/wp/?page_id=150) for our placement policies, location and online application. If you have submitted an application within the last year and would be interested in JOLT, send us a message through our CONTACT form ( http://www.recycledrotts.org/wp/?page_id=42) and let us know approximately when you applied and name on application.