Rosie is a gorgeous little girl, full of fun and puppy enthusiasm for life. She bounds round her foster family’s garden all legs and waggy tail. She is gaining confidence everyday. She loves dogs and cats. She is very easygoing and will make a great addition to any family.
Breed : Hound cross Podenco
Age : Born September 2017
Rosie was abandoned during the night outside a Spanish dog rescuers home along with her three sisters.
Rosie measures 46cm to her shoulder
Fosterer’s report :
Rosie is such a darling sweetheart. She’s still all legs and paws and is very comical when bounding around the garden in true puppy style. This video shows her with her foster sister.
She has speed so would be good at agility. Housetraining is underway and she uses the training pads indoors and no accidents in her crate overnight. During the day, we leave the crate door open and she’s happy to take herself off there for a snooze.
She loves her food and shows no food aggression. Rosie is almost glued to your side when out walking and doesn’t mind the cold British weather. A little apprehensive on walks when it’s school home time with lots of youngsters running around but there’s not a bad bone in her body and is very gentle and loving. She doesn’t bother with the house cats either. Rosie is so easy going that she’d fit into any kind of family.
To say she’s come from a quiet village in Spain Rosie is doing very well as she’s happy enough to go for a walk and traffic doesn’t bother her, it’s just a bit scary for her with all the youngsters and pushchairs at the moment but we’ll work on that.
Rosie seems fine with the cats and is a real gentle sweetie.
She’s quite nervous out walking but that will come out of her shell with that as she gets more confident.
Update Feb 18 – Rosie is such a darling sweetheart. She’s still all legs and paws and is very comical when bounding around the garden in true puppy style. She has speed so would be good at agility. Housetraining is going extremely well. She uses the training pads indoors much less now and is showing us when she wants to go out. She can go through the night 10pm – 7am in her crate without any problems.
During the day, we leave the crate door open and she’s happy to take herself off there for a snooze. A little underweight when she arrived so loves her food and shows no food aggression. Rosie is much more confident all round and doesn’t mind the cold wet British weather. There’s not a bad bone in her body and is very gentle and loving, along with the usual puppy bounces. She gets on well with our cats and our other foster dog Noria. Rosie is so easy going that she’d fit into any kind of family.
In a foster home in Solihull, West Midlands
Vaccinated, wormed, flea treated
Too young to be neutered but this must be done when they are old enough
4 free weeks Pet Insurance
Any known health issues NONE KNOWN
For Dogs coming from Spain
This adoption fee is a contribution towards the costs of rescuing the dog- microchip, passport, vaccines, tests for European diseases, neutering, parasite treatment and transport to the UK.
We can not home dogs from Spain or Portugal to people who work, even part time. They need someone at home all day, they are not used to being alone, so even a couple of hours broken with a dog walker will be too much for them to cope with. They are highly likely to develop separation anxiety which is distressing for them and everyone in their new home.
Adoption Fee : £ 265 – to be paid direct to the Spanish rescue to cover travel costs via UK bank account
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