• Female
  • Adult
  • Medium
  • Bulgaria
Rose in 3 words

Loyal and loving

Rose Story
Rose and her four puppies were owned dogs before they unfortunately had to be surrendered to the streets, due to circumstances out of their owners control. Thankfully, our partner shelter were called to the... more

Rose and her four puppies were owned dogs before they unfortunately had to be surrendered to the streets, due to circumstances out of their owners control. Thankfully, our partner shelter were called to the rescue and as soon as Rose saw the volunteers, she ran over almost as if she was asking to be saved. Now the family are each one step closer to finding a loving forever home and we can’t wait to find them just that!

Rose was initially very unsure of shelter life and found the first few days unsettling. She was always finding ways to escape from her pen and so to help her feel at ease, she was brought into the shelter owners house. Since then, Rose hasn’t tried any more escape acts and the home comforts (she is a natural couch potato!) have helped her relax and brought out her very loyal and loving nature.

Once she arrives in the UK, Rose may take some time to adapt to a new environment and her adopters will need to be patient whilst she adjusts after her long journey. But once she knows she is safe, we are sure it won’t be long until she will be scoping out the comfiest spots for an afternoon nap – especially if there is a cosy fire to snooze in front of!

Rose is currently living with a few other dogs who she happily plays and shares her bed with. She could be suited to a home with a resident dog but we also think she’d be happy on her own – as long as there were plenty of cuddles on tap! Unfortunately, Rose does not feel the same towards way cats so we will not be considering homes with any resident cats.

Although she is a lazy bones in the house, Rose still loves getting out and about on her walks and we would love to find her a home in a rural area where she can enjoy plenty of walks that are right on her doorstep. To be sure that Rose does not return to her escapee ways, adopters will need a secure home with tall secure fencing around the garden. They will also need to be prepared to keep her on the lead for the foreseeable and extensive work on Rose’s recall will be a must.

Considering Rose’s gentle nature we could potentially consider homes with children who are sensible and dog savvy.

Rose was born with a shorter tail than other dogs but this does not cause her any issues and only adds to her charm as it waggles around when she is happy!

Rose is a delightful girl who is very deserving of a special home, where she can put her paws up and soak up plenty of love from a very lucky family.

Please note, Rose won’t be travelling until at least May. As a result, it may take us longer to reply to applications, as we need to prioritise those arriving sooner – thank you for your patience, and rest assured we’ll be in touch to discuss your interest in Rose as soon as possible!

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Full Bio

Age ............................................................. Estimated DOB 08/12/2018

Height to top of head ............................................................. 52cm

Weight ............................................................. 15kg

Size ............................................................. Medium

Breed ............................................................. Mixed

Neutered? ............................................................. Yes

Mixing with dogs? ............................................................. Yes

Mixing with children? ............................................................. Yes

Mixing with cats? ............................................................. No

Character
  • Loves a cuddle
  • Gentle-natured
  • Food motivated
  • Friends with everyone
  • Escape artist
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