MORRIS COUNTY — Rocky is an eight-month old Beagle Pug mix, also known as a Puggle. He currently weighs 23 pounds and will not be much bigger.
It doesn’t get more perfect than Rocky! Along with his cute, squeezable wrinkles, he has the sweetest personality! He loves to give kisses to everyone he meets! He enjoys being the center of attention and receiving lots of pets!
Rocky LOVES to play and explore! He is up for any activity involving the great outdoors, but is just as happy playing indoors as well! Some of his favorite hobbies include chasing tennis balls and proudly carrying his collection of toys around the house.
He would make a wonderful companion for an active family who will keep him entertained. When he is not busy playing, he enjoys lounging on the couch watching television, ideally snuggled up next to you.
Because Rocky is still a puppy, he needs a home that will provide him with proper obedience training and structure. He is working on crate training and potty training and has been improving day by day. He is very quiet and rarely barks. He does amazing with other dogs and can live with children 13 and up! Especially when they will play ball with him!
Rocky can’t wait to find a forever family to spend the rest of his days with!
If you are interested in adopting Rocky, please fill out an application by clicking here.
Wise Animal Rescue (W.A.R.) is a 501c3 non-profit organization, located in Parsippany, is dedicated to the well-being of dogs of all breeds. We are comprised of a network of caring people with a grassroots approach working towards a world where no dog is neglected, abused, or homeless.
W.A.R. is dedicated to rescuing dogs of all ages and breeds from places where they are no longer wanted or are not being properly cared for. By partnering with veterinary practices that support our work, we are able to save dogs’ lives and restore them back to health.
Central to our mission is to ensure that all dogs are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on shots, and microchipped. Prior to adoption, all of our dogs are placed into responsible loving foster homes to be socialized and trained rather than put in a shelter environment.