Foster Home Update:
Rose is one of the sweetest dogs I've ever fostered. She absolutely loves everyone she meets and is a great companion. She is extremely versatile meaning she will lay inside with you all day or go outside on adventures and be perfectly happy doing either.
She is crate trained, house trained and knows all basic commands. She is not destructive in any way. She is getting better on walks, and is learning not to pull as much. ROSE NEEDS TO BE THE ONLY PET IN THE HOME. She DOES NOT like cats. She is AMAZING WITH CHILDREN OVER THE AGE OF 12, she loves them all. She loves being outside and off leash with a big fenced in area to explore. She comes when called and overall is an easy dog to take care of. She will jump right up in your car when you open the door, but during the car ride she gets a little anxious and starts panting. If you open the windows, it helps her relax a little bit. I also brought her around horses and she doesn't care for them.
Please foster or adopt this sweet girl and give her the forever home she deserves!
Hi, my name is Rose, I am a beautiful catahoula. I was surrendered from a high kill shelter where Judy and the amazing staff rescued me from. I have high hopes of getting a second chance at life with a wonderful family and I know Judy and the wonderful staff will help me do that. I am a loving dog but need to be the only dog. I'm not fond of cats either, and for that I am sorry. But I will love all over you. I do best with children over the age of 12. I am a big girl and I am strong so I need an experienced dog parent who is strong. I would prefer a large yard with a high privacy fence where I can explore and roll around and bask in the sun. I am smart and learn quickly.
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