My name is Rosie!

Cocker Spaniel/Poodle (Standard) Mix Dog for adoption in Manhattan Beach, California - Rosie
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Facts about Rosie

  • Breed: Cocker Spaniel/Poodle (Standard) Mix
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: D2016047
Meet Rosie. Rosie is a sweet, gentle gal who was shut down, all alone in the medical ward after being turned into the shelter as a stray. Not the place for this beautiful, friendly, tail-wagging little gal who will steal your heart. She was turned in wearing a pretty pink collar with rhinestones, so someone, somewhere loved her. But Rosie is no longer a young pup, so perhaps her family turned her in or didn't go looking for her. We'll never know. We do know that languishing alone and scared in a shelter is not how Rosie's story is going to end! Rosie is a simple, easy-going, geriatric gal. Sure, she doesn’t walk as well as she did as a teen and her hearing isn't very good, but Rosie still loves her naps, treats, and meals! Rosie is a gentle, low-key girl looking for a BFF to be near. Rosie is not needy nor a nuisance barker. In fact, she has yet to bark in her foster home. She is a quiet gal who just wants to be cared for and loved. She doesn't require long walks or a lot of play time. She is content to hang out with and watch her person do most of the work! Rosie is potty-trained and crate trained and lives with other dogs and gets along with them all. She's pretty independent and mostly does her own thing. As a result, Rosie will also do well as an only dog. Rosie has a non-shedding coat and may be an option for those with allergies or wanting a non-shedding dog. She loves the simple things in life, like yummy treats and a soft bed! We believe Rosie is about 11 years young, a Cocker Spaniel and Poodle mix. She weighs 14 lbs. When Rosie came to Noah's Bark she had a full dental. Her xray revealed a small (2cm) mass near her lung. We are not certain what it is, it could be cancer, a cyst or granuloma. She has no symptoms at this time, so we are watching it. Her recent checkup showed no growth or change to the spot on her lung, so it does not appear to pose any foreseeable problems. Rosie does have some arthritis that can make getting around a little challenging on some days, but she's a trouper and keeps on trying! Rosie requires very little but will give you so much love. Will you return her love and give her the life she deserves? Rosie is not at our adoption event every weekend. If you are interested in meeting Rosie, please let us know so we can be sure Rosie is there.Our adoptions are restricted to residents of Los Angeles and Orange Counties. We do not ship animals or do long distance adoptions. See our adoption policies for more details on our adoption process.
Our adoption events are held at the Petco located at 24413 Crenshaw Blvd., Torrance, CA Saturdays from 12pm to 3pm. We do not show our dogs any other time.
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About Noahs Bark

About Our Rescue Group...

Noah's Bark is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit local pet rescue organization based in the Los Angeles South Bay area. We are committed to finding permanent and happy homes for unwanted and homeless pets in our community. The organization was founded by Lila Hemenway in 1997. We rescue and rehome approximately 300 pets each year. Our organization does not have a shelter, volunteers provide foster care for animals while they await placement. Pets come to us as strays, owner turn ins and from LA area shelters. We get dogs of all sizes and ages, purebreds and mixes alike. Although we primarily rescue dogs and puppies, we also have cats and kittens for adoption.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Adoption Days
Dog Adoptions every Sat 12:00p.m. till 3:00p.m.
24413 Crenshaw Boulevard
Torrance CA 90505

Our Adoption Process...

Noah's Bark restricts pet adoptions to residences of Los Angeles and Orange Counties. We do not ship animals nor do we do any type of long distance adoptions. We do not adopt to persons under 21 years of age. We require prospective adopters to meet both us and the animal, fill out an application and be interviewed. Adoptions are not done a first come first serve basis. Generally applications are taken all day on our adoption days and applicants are selected based upon the best match of the particular pet's temperament and needs. If an application is approved we usually will require home check so we can ensure the animals safety. These pets are not for sale and the decision of where to place them is solely at the discretion of Noah's Bark. We reserve the right to refuse placement of our pets to any individual who does not meet our criteria. We also reserve the right to keep our reasons for refusal confidential within our organization. The welfare of our rescue animals is our top priority.

There is a required tax deductible adoption fee of generally it is $250 - $300 for dogs** and $400 for puppies** (note that some purebreds and smaller dogs may be adopted at a higher fee. Seniors and special needs pets may be adopted at a reduced fee). The adoption fee must be paid via check or cash, we do not accept credit cards. The adoption fee is used to help offset some of the cost needed to operate our rescue organization. All of our animals are spayed/neutered, vet checked, vaccinated and dewormed prior to placement. We have an adoption contract which requires you to return the animal to Noah's Bark if at anytime you should no longer be able to keep your pet. Pets adopted through Noah's Bark can not be sold, traded, given away or disposed of in any way. Although all of our animals are thoroughly evaluated, we cannot guarantee their health or temperament.