Rosie is a shy little girl who is 1 1/2 years old. She is a beautiful brindle plott hound with a white mark on her chest. This poor girl was badly treated before she was brought to the shelter and has suffered from malnutrition. When it's feeding time, Rosie becomes a tornado, she's so excited about eating. She loves to play with other dogs and is just learning how much fun life can be! Rosie is working on her housetraining skills and knows how to use a dog door. She'll need some help and encouragement with this new skill in her new home until she's perfect. Rosie would do best in a family who is patient and loving as she continues to learn how to live in a nurturing home. Contact her foster mother for more information or to meet Rosie at email@example.com.
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