CoCo is a five year year old, beautiful brindle boy who came into rescue because his owner was physically unable to care for him anymore. We have fallen hard for this handsome face and his gentle nature. Did I mention his eyes sparkle and almost glow? He  charms everyone he meets! He is doing so well with all of training and is such a calm dude!


I had CoCo out running around the yard for a couple of hours. He had so much fun as people walking by were showing him so much love. I was so happy for him, it almost made me cry. When I have a bad day, I think CoCo can tell. I always give him a treat when I come in the cell. He looks me in the face and gives me kisses. CoCo is a wonderful dog.


I had so much fun with CoCo! We went to the yard and stayed out the whole time running around. He is really playful and loves to run and jump. His whole face and body said he was having fun. When we came back, he went right to his crate to nap. He was asleep before I turned around. He's a really well-mannered dog. He listens and understands things... But he isn't ready to be out of his crate unattended. I tried it and when I came back my cell looked like a tornado hit it. Picking up after him did give me something to do.


When I take CoCo out to the small yard he gets to run around for like a half hour. People love him all over the prison. When we come back into the block, everyone is calling his name like he's a rockstar. It makes me feel so good. If you have dogs or know someone who would love a dog, CoCo should be number one on your list. All the dogs here deserve a chance for a loving home, but CoCo is the best.


Being around CoCo brings so much joy because he's such a happy guy! He loves the T Touch massage. He lays his big head in my lap and goes to sleep like a big baby. When I put him in the crate and close the door he knows I have to leave. I can hear him do a baby bark once or twice. To help him learn the crate I sometimes go back after he's quiet and talk to him a while. They say dogs don't know what you're saying, but I don't think that's true at all.


CoCo had a wonderful week. He was on an outing on Sunday and met a new friend. We also had some okay weather and we went out in the yard running wild. He's learning real well. We worked on walking on a short leash and sit stay.


On Friday CoCo and I went to the yard. I let CoCo run wild! I could see he was having fun and I went to get the ball. He loves running after it! And he is gentle, doesn't try to bite at you when he gets excited. A funny and heartwarming thing he did this week was when he had to go outside so bad one morning and I was still asleep. He pulled the covers off of me to make me get up and take him out. I had to laugh. The other dog handlers are playing a big part in helping me out with CoCo since he's my first dog.


I was so happy when I got CoCo. This is my first dog as a new handler. It took me months to actually have a dog of my own. The very first day we went out for a walk. He already seems like a happy boy, with his big head a waggy tail. So far I can see he is a very loving dog and I think he'll be a wonderful house dog. He listens and seems really calm. I don't have to ask him twice. If you are looking for a love dog, adopt CoCo so you can experience it for yourself. For me it was #LoveAtFirstSight



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