The Pet of the Week this week is Bennett the dog, who would be the perfect hiking buddy. He's about a year and a half years old and is up for adoption now in Grand Junction.

Bennett is a neutered male and possibly a herding breed mix, according to Roice-Hurst Humane Society. The Pet of the Week is a happy go lucky kind of dog and greets everyone with a smile and happy spirit. Bennett would love to hike, play, run or walk with you.

Enter your number to get our free mobile app

There are two things that this Grand Junction rescue dog absolutely loves: people and exercising. Bennett would love to hike, play, run or walk with you, he's the perfect workout buddy and a pretty adorable one too. Roice-Hurst Humane Society told us that Bennett will fit in pretty much any home setting.

He's good with other dogs and always greets people and other dogs with his fun, loving spirit. Roice-Hurst Humane Society isn't sure how Bennett Feels about cats, maybe he would try to herd them. The Pet of the Week is very food oriented and loves his food bowl so he may do better in a home where there aren't younger kids.

Bennet has been at Roice-Hurst for about a month or so it's time that he found his own place -- your place. You can find out more about Bennett the Grand Junction rescue dog here.

If you're interested in meeting this Grand Junction rescue dog, you can call Roice-Hurst Humane Society to make an appointment at 970-434-7337.

NEXT: World's Largest Zamboni Groomed Ice Rink is in Colorado