Roscoe was found in the woods by a passersby, starved and emaciated. He came here and has done well, slow-kill HW treatment underway, but he is high positive. He is unpredictable with other dogs, and it's not easy to guess which he will be okay with and which he will not. He needs to be in a home with no other pets. He seems to do well as an outdoorsy boy, with proper shelter from elements and good shade. Roscoe has always been great with humans, all sexes, ages and sizes. He is quite easy to work with, as long as he is not with a dog that 'flips the switch'. Very sweet, and not a big barker. Adoption fee can be waived for the perfect adopter. Roscoe is not living his best life, being isolated in a 10x10 kennel. I worry about kennel fatigue, and I will not let him suffer that torment. But he needs a truly special adopter who understands him, and will let him be the only pet.