How can you look at this guy and not smile? Seeing this face when you get home from work would melt away the residue of even the worst day.
Roger came to the Wisconsin Humane Society from the south as part of a rescue program. Not a lot is known about his first two years of life, but he certainly appreciates the good food and attention he’s getting now. He’s a great dog just waiting for someone to notice him.
This black lab mix has a love for life that’s totally infectious. He loves to chase balls, fetch sticks, chew on Kongs, run around in circles and impress everyone with his creativity. He’s just past the puppy stage, but he would still do best with an active guardian who wants to play. So, if you want to go hiking, have your beach bag packed and want to use those tennis balls just gathering dust in the garage, Roger’s the guy for you.
The adoption fee for Roger and all dogs at the Wisconsin Humane Society includes neuter surgery, microchip identification, a health exam and initial vaccinations as well as one month free health insurance.
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