Rosie had a rough time before she found her way to Ring Dog Rescue. She was adopted from a rural shelter where she got away from her adopter on the first day she was adopted and spent the next 9 months on the lam! She was finally caught and brought back to the shelter where an RDR volunteer could not bear to leave her there. Rosie has adjusted fabulously to living life on the inside! She loves the couch (can you tell?), her crate, and her foster family (human and canine). She is housebroken and a very quiet girl. She would do best in a calm quiet home that will allow her to bloom into her full potential without a specific timeline and a lot of expectations. In return she promises to love you unconditionally...a win win!
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