My name is Rocky. I am 18 months old now, and my parents were a mastiff and an Anatolian Shepherd. Clearly, this was a backroom affair but their love affair, however brief, produced me and I am frankly magnificent. I enjoy playing with other dogs, long walks on the beach and movie nights on the sofas with snacks. I am looking for a home in New England that has no cats as I have recently discovered the joys of cat chasing and I cannot seem to stop, even with a 12 step program. I am housebroken, good with people of all ages, I have impeccable manners and aside from occasionally liberating an unattended snack, which I swear my brother actually stole, I am perfect. If you are interested in adopting or fostering me, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. I am losing my foster home because of my cat chasing and it would be the saddest thing ever if I had to spend Thanksgiving alone in a kennel.
Meet Milo. This is a 3 year old Anatolian Shepherd. Closely related to Great Pyreness, the Anatolian Shepherd is a big, watchful guardian of home and flock and he is a devoted and occasionally silly pet. This boy needs a fenced yard and someone who will take him for long hikes and then hang our watching baseball with him. Milo is generally good with other dogs and cats, but he is probably happiest where he can be an only dog or have a female dog as a companion. Something about being the biggest dog on the block makes boy dogs want to try to measure up. This is the perfect dog for someone who wants a companion that is big, protective and devoted. This dog is in New England and available now. If you are interested in Milo, please email email@example.com.