Rosie turns 3 in December and is a lovely and very lively young lady.
She came into our care through sad circumstances as her owner passed away. She is currently in foster care and is getting used to living with a cat and also starting to be given a routine and learning some much needed manners.
Rosie will make a wonderful addition to a family, however has not been used to living with young children, so we would like older or breed savvy families as she gets very excited in new situations.
She will also need someone who will be prepared to continue with the training that she has started during her foster. She hasn’t had a great deal of socialisation, so she is still very much a puppy and very over excited in different situations
There is no aggression, but we would be looking for a family who are used to the breed and the fact that they are strong dogs when they have not had a lot of training. She will pull but her foster family are working hard on breaking her excitement at everything with focused commands and slowing her down (especially having something in her mouth when out for a walk)
She has been spayed and there are no known medical issues.
At this stage we are looking for her to be the only dog in the house, so that she can continue with her training. She is living with a cat and whilst early days, but they are starting to work towards a way of living with each other.
She will need an active family and loves playing with balls and toys.
She’s very cuddly and will want to give you a kiss at any opportunity so make sure your mouth is closed when you meet her!
If interested, please fill in an adoption form and specify the name of the dog(s) in the application.
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