• AARCS ID# A37824304
  • Male
  • Breed: Retriever, Labrador/Mixed
  • Dog
  • Est. DOB: 2/11/2014
  • Size: Extra Large
  • located in Calgary


    This animal is currently an Animal in Care with AARCS and is not available for adoption at this time. Please note that applications will NOT be accepted for this animal until they are posted as available on our Adoptable Animals page. Our website is updated daily so please keep checking back on their progress and availability. Thank you for choosing to rescue!

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    Photos courtesy of Kayli McClelland Photography

    Meet Rodeo! He is a happy go-lucky boy looking for a home of his very own.

    Rodeo was in rough shape when he came into AARCS care, he had his back leg amputated due to an old injury that was not fixable and had knee surgery on his other back leg. He has had a long recovery but has been the happiest most easy going boy ever! Nothing brings him down that’s for sure. He absolutely loves people so if your looking for a new shadow he will be right by your side all the time. He does fabulous when left alone, either in a kennel or not so going to work will not be a problem for this boy. He is house trained and knows his basic commands. He has slowly been getting short walks our the property during his recovery and does well on leash, he also has great recall. He needs proper introductions to new dogs as he gets a little too excited but once warmed up and calmed down he does well, he does live with 10 other dogs right now! Overall he is one perfect boy and would really love to get into a home of his own were he can get soo spoiled!

    Come meet him… he will sure win over your heart!

    • AARCS_cat
      Good with Cats?
      Not tested with Cats
    • AARCS_dog
      Good with Dogs?
      Proper introductions needed. Better with females.
    • AARCS_KidTested
      Good with Kids?
      Not tested with Kids
    • AARCS_SpecialNeeds
      Does this Animal have Special Needs?
      Yes, Medical Special Needs

      Leg amupation & TPLO surgery