When you look at the lives of some dogs, you wonder if there is such a thing as destiny. Because certain dogs end up living like drifters; they drift from home, to shelter multiple times through out their lives, mostly through no fault of their own. ‰'Û¬ Roger was impounded in April 2015 with his brother Oso as part of a humane/neglect case. They were flea infested, had skin issues and were underweight. What set out to be a promising new start, only turned out to be a repeat of abandonment. He was fostered in 2015 by a couple. They provided a great deal for Roger and even hired a trainer to work on basic commands with him. But life changed and they had to move out of state. So Roger came back to the shelter. . Roger is an amazingly sweet boy who's super friendly with people. It's easy to get swept up by his charm. He was adopted shortly after. But returned because he didn't get along with the dog at home. . Then he waited for his next break. In the spring of 2017, his lucky day came. A family visited him for 6 months before finally adopting him. Roger loves the children and everywhere the family went, so did Roger. Then exactly two years later, Roger was returned to the shelter. The father was upset and distraught. He visited Roger often and would break down. Came to find out, the father got ill and the family lost their home. They moved into an apartment and Roger was still part of the family. But the neighbor complained about Roger. And despite that Roger didn't do anything, the family was forced to give him up. Roger was returned 3/17/19 and had been waiting for another chance since. Roger has been in The Paws For Life Training program for the past 3 weeks! Would love to have a forever home for him lined up upon his exit. ROGER - ID #A1548607 Neutered male 10 years old 94 lbs.