|Personality:||Calm, Eager to Please, Shy|
|In foster Home:||Currently Seeking|
|Crate Trained:||Yes – Likes for Sleeping|
Rosey was surrendered by her second owners so that she could the medical attention she needs along with a better life. Her second owners, who already have a household of dogs, took her in from someone in November 2016. Those folks were using her for breeding and discarded her. When they weren’t able to breed her they left her outside and didn’t take care of her. She was left, tied to a tree in a field without food or water. She was eating leaves to survive.
In January 2017 Rosey presented with poor skin and was given antibiotics and standard vetting from Save Ohio Pets, a local nonprofit group that helps people and pets. In March she returned to the clinic and she was still not in good health (skin and lethargy). In April she was rechecked for mange and those results came back negative. The volunteer veterinarian told her owners they needed to take her for further testing and the family was unable to afford it and surrendered her.
She was very easy to please and loves treats. All of the volunteers at Save Ohio Pets fell in love with her. We suspect given her symptoms and skin she could be hypothyroid and we will have our vet at Gateway Animal Clinic give her a full exam to find out what is going on. We will go the Extra Mile to help Rosey get healthy and find her a forever home!
Rosey is good with other dogs, big and little and loves people of all sizes! She knows “walk with you”, “sit” and “take it easy”. She is house trained and does not need a crate but likes to sleep in one. She lived with dogs and cats harmoniously. She has natural motherly instincts and loves pitbulls and miniature pinchers are her favorite breeds to hang with. She loves belly rubs. She can be a little reserved meeting new people but once she knows you watch out: she is velcro!
Rosey is up to date on shots, microchipped and spayed.
FOSTER HOME REPORT