Sara Rose’s Woof-Facts
-Peewee pad trained; doing great with outdoor house training
-Loves to cuddle and give kisses
Sara Rose’s background
I’m Sara Rose, a charmingly (chubby) Chihuahua. I was found as a stray in New York City – my precious self was walking the streets of the city that never sleeps all by my lonesome. As you can see, the word “Rose” is part of my name. Did you know that some say the beauty of a “rose” flower expresses promise, hope, and new beginnings? Well, I feel all three of those beautiful things since FernDog brought me into their rescue. Now, that scary time in NYC is all behind me, and I’m in full bloom and loving life in my foster home.
What’s has Sara Rose been doing
First, I was provided with the vet care that I needed. I had some of my teeth removed, and I’m a healthy girl with a precious smile (my itty bitty tongue hangs out just a li’l on one side since, but we think this simply enables me to give kisses even faster than before). My foster mom loves my company and truly enjoys coming home to my warm and loving embrace. Some of our most wonderful times together are sitting on the couch in our cuddling position. On top of that, I am super well-behaved, walk nicely on my leash, am dog friendly and people friendly. Also, I’m peewee pad trained and currently excelling in my outdoor house training. I’m a playful girl who provides a complete bouquet!
Sara Rose’s forever home
Would you like to make my dreams of promise, hope and new beginnings come true? I’m a precious flower in search of my forever home, and if you are interesting in being my loving companion and blooming through our life together, please contact FernDog Rescue Foundation.
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