Arroyo was found badly injured in a community not far from the Sanctuary. Since his rescue, his injuries have healed beautifully. Although he can be shy and fearful with strangers at first (especially with men), he warms up quickly with treats. Once he's comfortable with you, he's a very goofy dog who loves to cuddle and climb in your lap.
Arroyo was born in 2014. When it comes to doggie friends, he prefers females. Here at the Sanctuary, he is learning training cues like 'sit,' 'down,' 'stay,' 'touch' and 'go to your place.' He's also learning to walk on a loose leash, and he enjoys going for long walks so much that he would be an amazing hiker. Arroyo really loves to be with his people and will make someone a wonderful companion.