Poor Rosie was dumped by her owner at one of the local shelters along with her sister when they were 3 months young.
Her sister was adopted right away, but Rosie was not so blessed.
Rosie grew up in the shelter and never learned puppy manners.
The shelter asked us to help and pull her or she never would have made it out.
Thankfully a foster stepped up so we were able to pull Rosie, they went straight to our animal behaviorist Randy Davis with Better by the Pound so the foster could learn how to work with Rosie.
Rosie has been doing amazing, yes she does get excited and she is certainly a puppy but with the help of her foster she is learning how to be a well-behaved puppy :-).
She's very smart and LOVES to cuddle. Belly rubs are her favorite pass time. Antlers and kongs are fun toys for her!
Rosie gets attached to her human very easily and walks fabulous on her leash.
She is the type of dog that will fall asleep in your lap.
She is crate trained.
Rosie LOVES to play with her doggie friends and would do best in a forever home with another medium to large male dog that likes to play!
If you are interested in our Rosie please complete our adoption application located on our website:
Thank you in advance for your interest in our Rosie :-)
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