Say hello to 2021's second Ranger of the Month, Rosco. He is a 1 year old Germanic Sheppard. He love peanut butter, his kitten little brother, and supporting small businesses! We love all the love and support coming from this precious not so little one.
9 years young
His favorite toy is the laser pointer
Loves wet cat food of any kind
His favorite activities are playing with his cat brother Blackie Chan and his dog sister Dottie
When he was a few weeks old he was left at a cat dump site along the river in Sacramento. We took our dogs there to play frequently and heard mewing from the bushes. We went to inspect and this little kitty came running out to us. He was super small and sick. So after four surgeries and tons of medication, he finally got healthy and is the cutest and sweetest kitty.
13 years young at the end of July
Tennis balls and wrapping paper rolls—anything he can tear to pieces
Anything after the words, "Want a treat?"
Barking to let you know he is excited, snuggling on top of your lap and climbing on rocks at the beach
Tank was an unexpected rescue. His previous owners could no longer keep him after a family separation. We were asked to foster him so he didn't get dropped off at the pound—at 10 years old. Then, after a year, it turned out the family couldn't take him back, so we added him to ours. He's the best companion and we couldn't imagine our lives without him. His great puppy-like energy and lap-dog mentality are our favorite things about him. He also can eat chews super fast—a 12-inch bully stick or Himalayan dog chew will be gone in 2 minutes or less. He is always down for an adventure, and loves other dogs and kids. We are so lucky to have him in our family.
14 years young!
Tuffys, specifically the lobster
Whatever meat dad is cooking
Going for a stroll and hanging out at Hiller Dog Park, and snuggling while watching a movie
Chasing the laser around and attacking the vacuum
Charlie is my best friend and best adventure buddy! We’ve taken long road trips, climbed King Peak and explored numerous hikes through Redwood Park. He’s always by my side and would follow me anywhere! I don’t even bother putting a leash on him anymore, but that’s also because he has slowed down quite a bit. But after every walk, he still jumps straight into the bathtub to get his feet washed without me even asking—even if he doesn’t need it!