Age: 7 years
Temperament: Easygoing and playful
Dogs: Needs to be the only dog
Hi everyone my name is Rosie.
I was originally found as a stray and ended up
in a scary place called the pound.
My family didn't come to claim me, I dont know why? Luckily for me I was rescued by a lovely dog charity but guess what....no-one came for me there either and I stayed a whole year! But now my friends from SSC have me and have told me they will find me a family. I have my paws crossed they do!
So let me tell you about what my dream home
would be..... I would be the only pet, as I would
love all the fuss and attention after being in kennels for so long.
I adore balls, tennis balls, boomer balls, any balls.
I'd love to play fetch with you every day.
I love going for walks and finding new smells.
I bark when I see other dogs as I'm not keen if
they come too close but I'm only little and easy to control.
I do sometimes have a sore hip and leg, so I only need short walks until I get used to the exercise.
But the nice vet lady said I can have pain relief when I need it to make me feel better.
I'm a good girl at the vets as I know they give me yummy treats at the end....mmmm I love treats!
I adore going out for rides in the car and travel well.
I just love looking out of the window.
I am a very good, happy, confident little girl who adores kisses, belly rubs and snuggles with any humans I meet.
So if you are after a gorgeous brindle girl then
look no further....I've been so patient for so long,
and I really want my own family...... I'm sure I had one once.
If you could offer me the home I have been longing for please call my Auntie Bev (her number is below) or please fill in an Online Adoption Application form and some one will give you a call.
I do hope you have a Rosie shaped hole in your lives and I get to meet you soon!
Lots of love,
Rosie is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped.
She is in kennels in the Worcester area, but can be rehomed anywhere in the UK,
pending a successful home visit.
However, any adopter should be willing to travel to meet her where she is now.
There is an adoption donation of £90 for Rosie
and all money donated goes directly to helping all the Senior Staffies in our care.
If you think you could offer Rosie a new home, please
contact Bev on 07940788990 or fill out the online Adoption Application Form.