found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Well, you would think all that would be too much trouble to fix but not for the nice people at SCLRR! I got the surgery for my eyes done and boy do they feel much better! They removed some skin tags and even cleaned my teeth. I’m now on thyroid medication that I will have to take for the rest of my life and since I don’t have any money I hope that my new family will pay for it. It’s really not expensive. The first thing my foster mom said was ‘no more table scraps for you Rosie.’ I’m now on a low-calorie, grain free dog food. It has done wonders for my skin and coat. I even grew the fur back on my tail! She adds coconut oil to it because it helps my coat get healthy and shiny. She gives me these long orange, crunchy things called carrots as snacks. They are delicious! I also get cantaloupe, apple slices and yogurt. She tried to give me green beans but I don’t really care for those so I hope my new family doesn’t try feed those to me. One time she cut some green beans up and mixed them with my food. Do you know what happened? She ended up with a dog bowl full of green beans! We go on long walks which has helped my weight go from 122 lbs to 90 lbs. My new family will need to continue to exercise me because I still need to lose about another 5 lbs. She says that for the most part I walk very well on a leash. I sometimes stop all of a sudden to sniff and I’m pretty strong so whoever is holding my leash should be as well.
At my foster home I live with another dog, a cat and there’s even a young boy who I simply adore. When they leave in the morning I spend my day napping on my doggy bed, exploring the yard or playing with my foster doggy brother. I don’t get on the couches, counter surf or make a mess in the house. My favorite part of the day is when they get home. I get taken out for a walk and then after dinner we have a game of tug of war with my orange squeaky snake! My foster mom thinks it’s so cute when I run and stand between their legs so that I can get my back scratched.
My foster mom says that I’m quite a character. She said that I should let you know that I’m a ‘talker’. I think she means that I’ll bark when I need to go out, when a new person is at the house, when the neighbor dog is looking at me funny or when I want you to play with me. However, I do stop when she tells me to and I don’t bark at people when we are out walking. I would do well as an only dog or live with other dogs. I’m great with kids. I could even live with a cat! So if you think you could be my furever family then please call your family rep!