My Name Is “Robbie”—Please Consider Opening Your Heart and Home to Me
I was rescued on July 4, 2023, in SaddleBrooke by volunteers of the SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network (SBPRN). They have been looking for my owner for almost two months. I was wearing a collar, but there were no identification tags or microchip found. I have been featured on Nextdoor, SBPRN Facebook, placed on lost and found sites throughout Tucson, and flyers have been placed around surrounding communities. No one seems to be looking for me. My rescuers believe that I was frightened by the July 4th fireworks, because I was terrified and trembling when they found me huddled in a doorway.
They say I am approximately 2 years old, a 50-pound male Rottweiler/Lab mix. I am very shy, but have a sweet nature. At this time I am being cared for by volunteers at Oracle Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation. They have been wonderful, and have offered to continue helping with training if I am fostered or adopted. If you are patient and kind, please consider giving me a home. I will quickly become your best friend. For more information, please call Romayne of SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network at 520-834-5718.