You see Rockefeller was born about a year ago, our best guess. His Mom had stopped at a gas station and noticed a car full of teens who were hanging out and they had two small puppies with them. They were quite happy to give them up, and she was quite happy to find them good homes.
She found a great home for Rockefeller’s brother and chose to keep him. And he is so very loyal to her. He listens to her commands and loves to hang out with her when the kids go to school. They complete yard work, play with the hose, eat lots of yummy beef jerky and take naps inside.
But, when the kids come home, Rockefeller must go in a crate in the other room. He is a working breed, so he works to herd them, control the loud outbursts and it just drives him insane that they are so darn active. So, his Mama loves him so much that she wants to find him a more suitable home.
This sweet and cuddly boy was found in a rural area of Oklahoma, left behind in a yard to fend for himself. He was one of the lucky ones to survive the neglect.
At about 7 months old, this little guy is always smiling and LOVES the attention he gets from volunteers. He is ready to find out what it means to be loved by a family of his own.
Kuma needs a foster home of his very own. Do you have the time to dedicate to this sweet boy? Visit our website to find out more about what it means to be a foster to a wonderful dog or cat for TMHPR.
Now, for a true PUPDATE . . . .
Do you recognize this boy?
He was found all on his own out in the country. We were quite lucky when a Mama Dog allowed him to come into her litter, so he would not have to be bottle fed.
Cowboy is now known as, Charlie. He is quite the happy boy who has grown up to be an adorable and beautiful boy.
We love seeing our puppies all grown up!
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