All of our adoptable pets are spayed or neutered, up to date with vaccines, micro-chipped and more -- always included in the adoption fee. Contact us or visit our web site for more information about our available pets and adoption policies.
Rosie was friendly and affectionate, with no sense of personal space. She was energetic but sought human interaction rather than playing with toys. She zoomed about the room, greeting the assessor and observer.
Rosie is very playful and friendly. She’s happy in a lap on the couch or being near people for lots of petting. According to her foster, Rosie enjoys clicker training and is quick to pick up new ideas.
Rosie is full of energy. While she’s recovering from HW treatment she must be leash walked and activity must be limited. Practicing good canine manners will help use up the excess energy.
Potential adopters need to be willing and able to provide opportunities for appropriate exercise and training.
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