found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Rosie is housetrained and sleeps in a crate at night--though only for the sake of the female Beagle in the house who doesn't care for Rosie's rough style of play. She loves to go for walks and does well on a leash. Rosie is fairly well behaved for her age, but is still learning basic obedience. She still wants to jump up on people when she is excited, but has improved considerably in the short time that her caretakers have had her. She is also receiving professional training, and the trainer has offered to provide two free sessions if Rosie's adopter is near where he lives. Rosie loves to play with toys, especially those that squeak.
Rosie's former owners purchased her as a puppy from a backyard breeder. When Rosie developed a non-contagious condition called demodectic mange (demodex), the adopters returned her to the breeder (sometime in October). The breeder didn't want Rosie and wasn't willing to pay to treat her demodex (which was not severe to being with and is now almost completely gone). The veterinarian who saw Rosie passed word on about her dire situation, and a couple in Wheatland took her in on October 12. Originally, they planned to adopt Rosie, but again, Rosie is just too rough a player for their Beagle so they are now seeking Rosie a permanent home through GSRSV.
GSRSV has evaluated Rosie and is placing her as a "Program Dog." This means that GSRSV is seeking a new home for Rosie through its adoption program while her caretakers continue to care for her. Rosie's adoption fee is $300.