This sweet girl is about 5 years old, DOB approx. 1/20/11. She is an American Bulldog mix and about 64 pounds. She had mange, a non-contagious skin condition, so badly that she red from inflammation and had very little hair when we first rescued her. We could see her beauty despite that and knew with some care she would be perfect in a very short time. After medication, tests and biopsies it was determined that because she was left untreated for an unknown amount of time some of her hair follicles have died leaving her with quite a different coat than most dogs. Her looks don’t bother her and she is just as sweet regardless of the lack of hair!
Rosabella is dog selective so would probably do best as an only dog. She loves to run and play with her Kong Wubba and Jolly Ball and will do so in the yard for hours! Her foster mom has found that she is not a good swimmer, at all. She has fallen in the pool several times and sinks like a brick! She is leash trained and crate trained. Her foster mom has an 8 year old son that she is good with but no small children because she likes to jump and play and she might knock them over.
Everyone passes this sweet energetic girl up because of her looks. Will you love her no matter what?
Rosabella is spayed, fully vaccinated, microchipped and doing very well in her foster home. She is ready to find her family to complete her transformation. If our little girl sounds like a perfect match for your family, please fill out the application by visiting our website, www.reggiesfriends.org, under the Adoptables tab or email us at email@example.com for more information. Her local adoption fee is $300.
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