already spayed, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
I am already spayed, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
NOTE: To see additional pictures of Rosie and to apply to adopt, please visit the "Foster Care" page on our website: www.BaytownHumaneSociety.org Rosie is a very intelligent young girl who came to us with a broken leg. She has been through heck with that leg, but she never let it slow her down! She is fully healed now, and except for a scar, you would never know it happened. Rosie is a fairly high-energy dog who likes to learn about everything! She's downright Nosey sometimes! =) But, that's expected from a smart dog. She loves to play with the soccer ball, and with the other dogs in the home. When she is reprimanded, Rosie will turn on the charm and literally 'smile' at you showing all her teeth as she pulls back those lips in that big grin. We've not been able to capture that in a photo, yet; but, will keep trying...she is usually wiggling toward you at the same time she's displaying that charming grin. It's Really hard not to laugh when she's doing this little 'aww, you know you love me,' maneuver! She is always first in line for ice when she hears someone getting some from the dispenser. Rosie is about 45 pounds; and, at a year-and-a-half old is housetrained, leash-trained, fully vaccinated, spayed, and ready for her permanent home. She is a busy girl, but, she will abandon all activity and become a cuddle-bug if asked to. She LOVES one-on-one interaction with her humans. She is particularly sweet and cuddly in the evenings when she's tired. Rosie is a great partner for watching tv or for playing frisbee. With her intelligence and her focus on her human, Rosie will be easy to train to do just about anything! Life is coming up Roses for our sweet Rosie... you should get in on it, too! NOTE: To see additional pictures of Rosie and to apply to adopt, please visit the "Foster Pets" page on our website: www.BaytownHumaneSociety.org
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