Rosie wandered up to the school where I work and was too sweet to turn away. It seemed like she recently had puppies and was very skinny and hungry. After gaining her trust, she was very sweet, gentle, and calm. I brought her to the vet where she was treated for an infection, given food and fluids and spayed. Now she is eating consistently, resting, and overall doing very well. She would make a wonderful family pet and would be great with kids. We named her Rosie after Rosie the Riveter because she is a strong independent woman!
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