We adopted Rocket in April. The first thing we learned quickly about him is how he got his name. He could run and bolt like a Rocket if he saw an open door! Luckily the neighbors next door have a bunny cage and Rocket stopped by to introduce himself to their rabbits (so nice of him!) and we caught him. Rocket's other great talent was escape artist. He has opened a sliding glass door and dug a hole under our fence to search for us. He once was able to escape from his cage, and greeted us at the door tail wagging when we got home. We had the cage locked down and to this day do not know how he got out as it was still completely locked when we got home. Now that we know Rocket we realize he just did all of these things to try to find us. He wanted to be loved. He doesn't try to bolt anymore and we don't have to cage him when we leave. (We caged him for safety in the beginning because he has severe separation anxiety). We are still working on separation anxiety and his fear of thunder and fireworks but boy is he worth it! I swear at times he is channeling both our Cocker Lou and our Brittany Kesley and it makes us smile. He is a snuggler and so very sweet.
Thank you Christine and New England Brittany Rescue for bringing this special boy into our lives!