Hi, I'm

Rocket

,

my favorite thing to do is...

Play with ALL my might.

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🚀 ROCKET & RACER 🏎

Anatolian/Husky (best guess) mix, 15 weeks old, approx. 18 lbs.

These BIG pups are full of love and working on the basic operation of their soon-to-be-very-large bodies (80+ lbs.). 😉 Both are observant and smart and understand "no" already pretty well. They love to wrestle with each other, or another willing dog friends, for short bursts, and they are also happy to chew a toy or follow their foster family members on a few laps around the yard.

Rocket & Racer are crate trained overnight and reliably go potty when taken outside on a regular basis and given enough time to work things out. They still need a consistent routine and time to become fully housebroken.

These boys mean to be gentle but being big pups, they are going to continue to be a little rough in their play and don't really know how much power they behold. Due to their size and energy levels, a home with small children is not recommended.

Rocket & Racer will do well as only dogs or with another dog pal to guide them. They haven't shown any interest toward the cats in their foster home, and only bark when startled by someone at the door.

All puppies require extra time and patience, as well as solid supervision to help them reach expected milestones, like potty training and crate training. Each has their own personality that their forever family will want to pay close attention to as they “train” together to develop a well-adjusted adult in the future.

To further inquire about these cuties, click on the link below to submit an application. Tell us about yourself, family, other pets, and how a puppy will mesh with your lifestyle.

Qualifying applicants will be contacted by our Adoption Coordinator with next steps and an opportunity to set up a Meet & Greet.

Our process is NOT a “first come, first served” process. Our team carefully reviews and interviews applicants for the best possible fit for each puppy and family. We look forward to facilitating a positive and solid adoption for our puppies as well as their future families. 🐾

*Fostered in Eugene/Springfield, Oregon

https://wigglytails.org/adoption-application/

To further inquire about
Rocket
, click on the link to submit an application. Tell us about yourself, family, other pets, and how
Rocket
will mesh with your lifestyle.
Rocket
's stats
Gender:
Male
Characteristics:
Confident
curious
friendly
playful
current weight (lbs):
20
size category:
Large (over 58 pounds)
Age:
2 months
age category:
Puppy
Breed:
Husky x
color:
Cream & White
Activity Needs:
High
Level of Grooming:
Low
House Trained:
In Progress
Qualifying applicants will be contacted by our Adoption Coordinator with next steps and an opportunity to set up a Meet & Greet.

Our process is NOT a “first come, first served” process. Our team carefully reviews and interviews applicants for the best possible fit for each adoptable pet, and potential family. We look forward to facilitating a positive and solid adoption for all of our adoptees and their future families.

Adoption fees help cover the costs of Transport, Distemper/Parvo Boosters, Rabies shot, Microchip, and Spay/Neuters, as well the dog comes with a collar, harness and leash. You will also receive a PetSmart puppy packet with 100.00's of dollars of savings, you get a FREE bag of food, 30 min private training session with a certified dog trainer as well as a free checkup at Banfield.

Submitting an application in no way guarantees you a dog as we receive several applications and will choose the best home for the dog.

Must live within 30 miles of Eugene!! If you live outside the 30 mile area, still send an email as some time, we can make special arrangements.

Wiggly Tails Dog Rescue is proud to rescue dogs in urgent need and to also assist local owners who can no longer care for their small breed dog. All our dogs are up to date on their shots and spay or neutered. We do require a foster or adoption application for those interested and will visit your home for a meet and greet before releasing the dog to you.