~~Rosie has been here a little over a year. She is very much a sweetheart with all people she meets. But as time has passed it is very clear she has a real problem with all dogs larger than her. Her first instinct is to attack them, and if around other large dogs, it could get her hurt. Additionally she hates cats and will chase if given the chance. She would definitely be best as the only pet. And would not be a good bet at a dog park, walking, anywhere she will come in contact with other dogs. She loves being inside, loves lounging on her pillows, likes to have her nylabones to chew on. Adopter has to have a very secure fenced in yard. She will check the fence for any places to escape. Rosie is part terrier and she chases (up and down inside the fence!!) all cars, kids on bikes and people walking by. And she barks a lot when outside. But she will stop if supervised and we have been working on both the chasing and barking.
She will take a special home and a person willing to look past her bad habits, and see the loving girl she is.
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