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I am already spayed, up to date with shots, not good with kids, and not good with cats.
Rosie is a delightful little girl with a true red Brussels Griffon coat. I’m Rosie’s foster mom, and can definitely vouch for this gorgeous little beauty. Rosie is such a sweetheart and she will definitely steal your heart away. Rosie is so well behaved…she knows how to sit, stay, come, and lay down. I put her up on the bed at night and tell her to lie down on the end of the bed and she will stay there all night. She knows what “ride” and “walk” means too. Rosie LOVES to go for W A L K S but don’t say that too loud or she’ll be running for the leash! I’ve never seen a little short tail wag that fast before. Rosie is also house trained and crate trained!
Rosie absolutely loves to play with toys. We have two separate boxes of toys and Rosie will dig and dig through the toy boxes until she finds just the right one for her, and then she loves to throw the toy up in the air to play with it. She will also stand on her hind legs on occasion and do a lil jig! She gets along well with most small male dogs, but would do best as an only dog because she wants ALL your love!
Rosie is apprehensive around new folks and situations. She prefers women and would do best in a quiet home with a dog savvy woman that works from home. She will not be placed in a home with children because she cannot tolerate their activity & noise level. She would love a securely fenced yard to explore, at least one walk every day and lots of cuddle time with you. Rosie is just looking for love and reassurance…someone who will have ample time to love on her, keep her close, and keep her as active as she is today. She really does want to please and feel like she is "OK" and loved.
When we pulled this sweet baby out of the shelter she was so scared and neglected but she has come so far since that day. She is a very happy, active, loving and smart little girl now, but she still needs reassurance and someone to help her build her self-confidence with new people and situations. She is approximately 6-7 years old, weighs 22 pounds and we are helping her restore her “girlish” figure. She is up-to-date on vaccinations, spayed, heart worm negative and taking preventative.
Rosie is currently being fostered in Boulder, Colorado and an approved adopter must be willing to drive there. Our dogs may never be shipped in cargo and we do not transport them to adoptive homes. A securely fenced yard is strongly preferred and they are never placed in homes with invisible (electric) fencing. Doggy doors are OK as long as they are secured at night and when you are gone. Rosie is small enough to be carried away by a coyote or attacked by another predator so should never be outside alone. She must always be securely harnessed and leashed outside a fenced area and crated or seat belted in the back seat when in a vehicle.