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Rosanne is about 17 pounds & is extremely shy. She MUST not be an only dog as she would have too much trouble adjusting. Rosanne came in with a bad hip joint & had to have surgery. She is doing very well now with a 'false joint' and will never be a performance dog or a long distance runner, but she will make a fine pet :)
If you can't adopt, but want to help pay off Rosanne's considerable vet bill, please go to our website, www.shortnsweet.com & click on the 'ways you can help' page.
Rosanne was one of 16 dogs that were taken from a home that had too many dogs. She was likely born there and was not socialized as a puppy. She was however, in a large pack of chihuahua & terrier mixed dogs & will do best in a home with at least one other dog to help her adjust to being a family member instead of just a pack member. We will discount our adoption fee if you decide to adopt her AND one of her original pack mates also.
Rosanne is being fostered in Templeton CA & we will not ship hher. Interested adopters must come to us to meet her. You can email us at: Debby@shortnsweetdogrescue.org, or call us at: 805-237-8016 (between the hours of 8:00 am & 6:00 pm -pacific time-please!
This great dog is all ready for a new home! The adoption donation of $200.00 pays for this dog's medical care & also contributes to the medical care needed by other dog's that come into our rescue. (some dogs need hundreds of dollars worth of care to make them adoptable) Why purchase a dog for hundreds of dollars (that still needs vaccinations & neutering & microchip) when you can get this darling dog that already has everything and help other dogs at the same time??? Every life is precious! Thank you for your support.
Call us at 805 674-1236 to make an appointment to see our fosters.. 9:00am - 6:00 pm California time please!
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