Rosie – 9 year old female Cockerpoo

Rosie is a 9-year-old female Cockerpoo who has faced adversity, having been found as a stray with a severe tail injury, ultimately leading to the amputation of her tail.

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Despite her challenging past, Rosie has proven to be resilient and adaptable. In her foster home, she has revealed a surprisingly affectionate nature, displaying a love for people and a desire to be close to them throughout the day.

Although she is indifferent to other dogs, Rosie thrives on the companionship of her human counterparts.

Notably agile, Rosie exhibits cat-like agility and remains surprisingly active for her age.

While she may not be entirely accustomed to being on a lead, she finds joy in walks, particularly relishing the opportunity to chase birds.

Despite her initial skinny appearance, Rosie is gradually gaining weight, indicating a healthy appetite. Her house training is progressing well, and she would thrive in an environment where someone is present, as extended periods of solitude would distress her.

Rosie is deemed suitable for a home with older children, showcasing her adaptable and amiable nature. A garden with a 6-foot fence is considered a necessity, ensuring a secure and safe environment for her.

Currently, in foster care in Essex, Rosie awaits a loving home that can provide the attention and care she deserves.

Rovers Dog Rescue Brentwood Essex
Rovers Dog Rescue Brentwood Essex

For further details about adopting a dog from Rovers Dog Rescue based near Brentwood in Essex, please telephone 07930 250825 (Julie) or 07969 730749 (Rebecca).

Please note, an adoption fee applies. All dogs are vaccinated, micro-chipped and neutered.

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