From Amy’s blog: Roscoe must have gotten some training at some point, because he very politely sat while I put his leash on and also sat to wait while I opened the door to the shelter hallway–without being asked! Roscoe is also easy to walk on the leash. In fact, he moves at a pretty slow pace during his walks because he’s interested in doing lots of sniffing. It was hard to get a picture of his adorable face because his nose was always to the ground! Roscoe enjoyed snuffling his way around the Enrichment Park. He watched me throw a toy but didn’t seem too eager to chase it or bring it back to me. Roscoe is an easy-going pooch who gets along with other dogs as well as cats. He attends play groups and even does well with some of the dogs who are more selective about their playmates. Whether you’re looking to add to your furry pack or just want one, be sure to say hello to Roscoe on your next visit to the shelter! Get acquainted with this dog off leash in one of our family run areas. Most dogs will need to run off some energy before they settle down and get acquainted with you. Thanks!