Sprocket came to the AAC from Idaho Falls after he was surrendered by his owner. His owner received devastating medical news and could no longer care for Sprocket. He arrived with patchy fur and thanks to the work of our great vets we determined that he likely has some allergies. He was started on Hydrolyzed Protein food and boy what a difference that made! He went from a nervous and patchy guy to a happy, wiggly and silky dog. He loves his foster home with other dogs and cats and enjoys zooming in the yard. Although he was shy when meeting strangers at first he has really come around and loves getting treats from people. He has the most ridiculous underbite you’ve ever seen and the best, silliest personality. Sprocket is a happy-go-lucky guy who will fill your life with so much fun and laughter. He will likely need an allergy-friendly diet for the rest of his life which can be a bit more expensive but we promise when you meet him you will see that it is worth it! Get in touch with us to learn more about Sprocket!

  • Adult - 2 years old
  • Male
  • Medium Size (~35lbs)
  • Tan & Black



Hydrolyzed Protein diet

Vaccinations up to date, microchipped, spayed / neutered


  • Fill out a dog adoption application. We form our line based on who has an active application in with us.
  • Foster the dog locally for at least one night prior to adopting.
  • Proceed with adoption after all references/landlords have been contacted and overall application have been approved. Adoption fee is $225 which includes the spay/neuter, microchip, vaccinations and routine care during their stay here. If you are an out of state adopter, we cannot guarantee vaccinations to be included in the adoption fee.
  • After adoption you will enter a two-week trial period to insure that this is indeed the right fit!

Please note, Animal Adoption Center cannot guarantee the breed, composition or ages of our dogs as we usually have no history prior to them entering the rescue. We make every effort to ensure the dogs are healthy. Our intention is to insure long lasting committed homes for the animals at the AAC. If we feel that an animal and a potential owner are not a good fit we reserve the right to refuse adoption.

February 17, 2021