Rose Bud may currently be a diamond in the rough while she waits for her coat to grow back from being shaved by previous family; however, her personality is the best quality of diamond available.......just a gem of gems. She came into our home and settled in as if she'd been here forever. Rose has had a dental and Blood Chem panel completed. She will have a couple fatty tumors removed before she is adopted. She's gentle, loving and will make a lucky human or family an awesome addition to their family. She is estimated to be 7+ years of age, 20# and house trained. Feel free to contact us if you are interested in meeting this wonderful lil girl.
UPDATE: Rosie had an emergency surgery 8-9-16 to remove a tumor from inside her ureter (Leiomyoma) and has recovered splendidly. Leiomyomas are benign smooth muscle tumors, occasionally seen in the female reproductive and gastrointestinal tract; although involving the ureter are apparently rare. Prognosis is good to favorable per the histopathology report. Rosie's also had her fatty tumor near her rear leg removed, the umbilical hernia repaired as well as a cancerous thyroid gland removed, luckily there was no sign of metastasizing. She has her follow up appt 10-31-16 at which time we will decide when she can be adopted.
If you want a lap dog that gives wet kisses, talks to you, likes to travel, explore her domain or chase another fursib around the yard....Rosie will be your entertainment.
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