Meet Rosie who was found as a stray, she had a microchip, owner infomed but hasn’t come forward for her.
Rosie is 3 years old, a friendly girl and our assessor says good with other dogs (not little dogs) and people, not sure if she has lived with children so would only rehome her with older children, or preferably an adult home. We do not know if she vaccinated yet.
Update 30 Oct 18:
So far we have found Rosie to be a sweet-natured, gentle girl, good in the car and the home. She’s eating really well and follows us constantly. As we were told at the kennels, she doesn’t like little dogs (which I can confirm following our mid morning walk around the village). Reacts by continually barking (not fiercely, but loudly) and pulling. Despite her small size, she is strong on the lead, and doesn’t have any idea how to walk to heel, but we will be working on that. She sits nicely but doesn’t know many other basic commands – again, a work in progress.
If you could help with a permanent home for Rosie, please fill in an application form.