Rosie has been adopted!
Sponsored with love by Linda and her fur babies, Keanu and Odin.
Rosie has been with me about 3 months now! She is a happy wee girl full of energy but likes her sleep as well! Rosie is good with dogs outside of the home; but inside with another dog, she is very jealous if she is getting the attention and the other dog tries to get attention too! My dog tried to play with her the other day while she was getting in some snuggles and she attacked her. However, Rosie has had all but two teeth removed, so she isn’t a threat to cause damage. I would suggest Rosie be the only dog in the home and best with a senior or someone home all or part of the time! She doesn’t get snarly at other dogs all the time; in fact, she ignores my dog most days! She doesn’t interact; as in play with other dogs or toys, for that matter! Rosie is more a human lover than she is a dog lover because she loves the attention! Everyone she has ever met, she’s tried to get on their lap!
If you’re interested in Rosie; please fill out an application. If you want a cuddle bug, she definitely won’t disappoint!
Hi there, my name is Rosie and I’m a 12 year old small poodle mix that came into foster care on March 8th. I’ve heard my foster mom tell everyone that I’m very sweet and loving to people but not so good with dogs; I guess I’m jealous because I want all the attention and her Chihuahua gets in my way! I love my belly rubs and cuddles; in fact, I will throw myself on my back, so you can pat me all day long! I just LOVE giving kisses!
Boy oh boy, do I love food! It doesn’t seem to matter what kind my foster mom gives me; if I really like it, I will eat it with gusto! If you give me treats, I would probably prefer soft ones!
My foster mom says I need to work on my bathroom skills. I don’t know what those white things she has down on the bathroom floor are for and it scares me when she puts me in the bathroom and says “go pee pee” and shuts the door! I just hang out at the door and don’t do anything. My foster mom takes me outside to do my business and at first, I wasn’t sure what I was out there for. I peed but when I ran back to her door and got inside, I promptly pooped on the rug! It was so cold and I didn’t want to stay out there! Next time she took me out; we hung out for a bit longer and I wanted to go back but she said, you need to go poop. So after a few minutes, I did! I think I’m getting the hang of it, except I need to start giving her a sign that I need to go.
I love my sleep; seems that’s all I do because I’m getting on in age; but that doesn’t mean I don’t have a little bit of energy! I’d love to go on a nice walk but even with my sweater on, I’m still shivering in this weather! Can’t wait for the nice warm weather, so we can hang outside for a much longer time!
Oh, and by the way; I’m a very quiet doggy!
Rosie was lovingly fostered by Lynda