Lovable 1-2 year old pittie boy who is just bursting with love and affection.
A solid 80 lbs, he's a strong and sturdy companion who will always be by your side.
An energetic boy who would be a perfect match for an active person who loves going on walks, hikes, and adventures.
Roscoe would be over the moon to have a playmate to romp around with! He would do best in a home with at least one other active dog.
He has been introduced around cats and does well, but we would recommended he have further interactions if in his forever home as he is a strong boy.
Roscoe is potty trained and is also a pro at being in his kennel, making him a breeze to manage when you're gone. He knows how to use a dog door at his leisure as well.
Roscoe is looking for a little help with jumping and leash training, so he would do best in a home with older kids and adults who can lend a hand and provide the guidance he needs.
Roscoe's personality is as sweet as can be, and he's incredibly social too! He's just waiting for that special someone to shower him with love and give him the fur-ever home he deserves.
Interested in learning more about Roscoe?
Please visit the Montana Pittie Project website to view Roscoe's full bio, or to apply to foster or adopt this sweet handsome boy!
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In 2022, I began a partnership with the Montana Pittie Project (MPP) and have been photographing their adoptable dogs in the Missoula area ever since. We will continue to work together to help each of these very special dogs find the perfect family to call their own.
MPP rescues bully breeds from death row, cares for them and finds them homes, and engages the hearts and minds of our community to bring about an end to the needless killing of abandoned and abused bully breeds.MPP is a foster-based rescue with no specific location as they rely on fosters across Montana to help them save bully breeds from euthanasia. Fosters provide a safe, loving, stress free home for the dogs to decompress so MPP can better assess how they may act out of the shelter and in a home setting. MPP foster homes are crucial in the process of saving dogs lives, teaching them to trust and live again, and finding them their forever home. For more information, to see adoptable dogs, or to find out how to become a foster, please visit the Montana Pittie Project website.
International award-winning portrait photographer Shannon Edney's photos have been featured on multiple magazine covers with photos published in print and digital advertisements around the world. Based out of Missoula, Montana, and moving to the Nampa, Idaho area in May 2024, Shannon specializes in pet portrait photography showcasing dogs, horses, and their people. Shannon is known for her ability to catch the perfect expression and capture her subjects in unique lighting, resulting in portraits rich in artistry that will be treasured for years to come - whether it be on a fine art canvas or in a custom artisan album.