Dog Story Let us introduce you to Rocko, a beautiful, young and active bundle of gorgeous orange and white! He is a real clown, full of happiness, joy and energy! He has been trained in obedience and responds well to basic commands such as sit, down, stay, come and heel. He is housebroken and crate-trained and willingly ‘kennels up’ when asked at bedtime or any other time. He is an active athletic dog who thrives on consistency and lots of exercise and activity. One of his favorite things to do is to play in the water! Rocko has adjusted well to coming into a house with multiple other dogs after being the ‘one and only’ dog in his first home. He is a good indoor dog when monitored, provided that he has toys, kongs and other safe entertainment. He gets along well with other dogs, knowing when to play and when to back off if his attempts to play are not welcome. Rocko would do well as an only dog too, providing he is monitored and his people are at home with him. Rocko loves being outside, taking walks with his people, and having the chance to explore his environment (although it is best to have him on a long lead when he is exploring). He has high prey drive and can spend hours watching flies, butterflies and birds of every variety. Cats are an unknown! Rocko just loves to go and will be the ideal companion for a family who is ready and willing to provide daily exercise. He would be the perfect companion for running, hiking, backpacking and any activity where he can be with you on your adventures! Rocko is a tall handsome Brittany who weighs a fit and healthy 52 pounds. He is current on vaccinations, is heartworm negative (and continues on preventive heartwork meds) and is microchipped. Rocko is eager to find the perfect forever home with an active, loving family. If you’re interested in welcoming him as a wonderful addition to your home, please submit the online adoption application and mention Rocko- 4768,and contact his foster family to learn more about him! Dog History: Rocko was surrendered by his first family with much sadness because he was not the right fit for their severely disabled young son, for whom he had been brought in as a potential companion dog.