My name is Rosie. I am a 4 year old red n white cocker girl. My owners lived in Connecticut and then moved to NC. They loved me and had a hard time giving me up, but they just couldn't take care of me. They were disabled and I guess they just didn't put me outside often enough. I started having accidents in the house and for whatever reasons, I snapped at their child. They were about to surrender me to a shelter saying that they just couldn't take care of me anymore but the staff workers suggested rescue help to get me a new home. This way, I would get my cherry eye fixed and it would give me a 2nd chance to be loved and have the life that I deserve in a great home. Transport was arranged and I came here to the rescue.
I am now spayed, current on shots, heartworm negative and I have had a bilateral cherry eye tacking. If you let me out every couple of hours to do my business, I should be ok. If you keep me inside to long or crate me for me than just a few hours, I will have accidents. This said, I will need help with house training issues. I am an affectionate girl, I love belly rubs, I like to play and I would enjoy spending quality time with you. I will do best in a home with no small children as my owners said I snapped at a child and I will need a patient/understanding owner as I might sometimes have accidents in the house. I will be a wonderful companion for you to adopt and love............I would love a 2nd chance to be your sweet baby girl and enjoy a great life with you! I do need cataract surgery and these rescue folks have been trying to raise the money, but unfortunately people are just not donating to my care for some reason. I want a home and someone to love me, please consider adopting me and maybe you can help with the costs to get my surgery done too. I am a nice girl and I deserve a 2nd chance and someone to love me again.
If you are interested in adopting this sweet cocker girl, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org for an adoption application. Our adoption fee is $300, and includes
all of the vetting needs and care for this dog while at our rescue.
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