Juju has been in foster care for quite some time. When he was originally rescued in 2011 he had been living in a rabbit hutch and came to RMCR in a deplorable condition. Since then Juju has had a tough time with skin issues and allergies and had developed thinning hair with hair loss. Allergy treatment, skin management, and a controlled diet will be a part of his life moving forward. He has now grown in a beautiful coat of hair. However, he is developing dementia which causes him to get confused as to where he is and if he should come into the house or another room when called. He will howl or try to get away when confused. Juju enjoys his days being independent and eating good food, taking car rides and going on walks. He is living in a foster home with companion animals and loving humans and is part of our hospice / Compassionate Care Program.
Juju has done well with children and other dogs. He will however growl at another dog with a warning that they should get away if they are doing something he does not want them to be doing, like getting near his bone or his cuddle spot on his foster’s lap. His exposure to cats is unknown. But overall, Juju is kind, sweet, very loving and enjoyable. He is happy to go in the car, and to follow his foster mom and his companion dogs everywhere around the house being included in family activities. He is crate trained and house trained.
An adoptive family for Juju should be one who can afford allergy care moving forward. Juju is used to having a fenced yard and companionship of other dogs and having people around a lot of the time. Juju will not do well in a home where he would be left alone for long periods of time. Juju is in the early stages of doggy dementia.
If not already, Juju will be micro-chipped, neutered (if age appropriate), and up-to-date on his shots prior to adoption. If you would like to meet Juju to see if he is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application online.
• We cannot guarantee the age and breed of any dog. We depend on licensed vets and other professionals to provide the best determination, unless the dog arrived with written documentation.
• Puppies not spayed/neutered at the time of adoption due to age will require a $50 refundable sterilization deposit in accordance with Colorado Code of Regulations 8 CCR 1201-11: Part 19-J.
• We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.