OKC Animal Welfare searches for homes for their shelter

The Oklahoma City Animal Welfare is always trying to find homes for their shelter animals.There is one dog in particular they are hoping will find a forever home.”About 90% of the time, he’s a couch potato. He wants to be where you are. Definitely needs to be an only fur-child,” said Brooke Massengill, OKC Animal Welfare.When Roscoe met KOCO 5 for the first time, it didn’t take long to become friends.”If I had to guess probably bird dog and Pitty mix,” Massengill said.He’s got some tricks up his paw. Roscoe is a little different than the other dogs at the Animal Welfare shelter.”He learned all that in about an hour, so he just needs more practice with that,” Massengill said.Not only is he smart, but he’s done some hard time at that place.”He did live with another family for about 2 years, and it just didn’t end up working out, so he came back to us 317 days ago,” Massengill said.For 317, Roscoe has been at the shelter and is looking for a forever home. Massengill told KOCO 5 that the ideal family would have children about 12 or older and like to take him out for walks, runs, activities and even shopping.”You can take him to Lowes, Target, people are just like, oh my gosh what a great dog,” Massengill said.If you’re interested in adopting Rosco, you can email [email protected] is a busy guy and only takes appointments but would be happy to show you his tricks.

The Oklahoma City Animal Welfare is always trying to find homes for their shelter animals.

There is one dog in particular they are hoping will find a forever home.

“About 90% of the time, he’s a couch potato. He wants to be where you are. Definitely needs to be an only fur-child,” said Brooke Massengill, OKC Animal Welfare.

When Roscoe met KOCO 5 for the first time, it didn’t take long to become friends.

“If I had to guess probably bird dog and Pitty mix,” Massengill said.

He’s got some tricks up his paw.

Roscoe is a little different than the other dogs at the Animal Welfare shelter.

“He learned all that in about an hour, so he just needs more practice with that,” Massengill said.

Not only is he smart, but he’s done some hard time at that place.

“He did live with another family for about 2 years, and it just didn’t end up working out, so he came back to us 317 days ago,” Massengill said.

For 317, Roscoe has been at the shelter and is looking for a forever home. Massengill told KOCO 5 that the ideal family would have children about 12 or older and like to take him out for walks, runs, activities and even shopping.

“You can take him to Lowes, Target, people are just like, oh my gosh what a great dog,” Massengill said.

If you’re interested in adopting Rosco, you can email [email protected]

Roscoe is a busy guy and only takes appointments but would be happy to show you his tricks.