Current Adoptable Dogs



Meet Lucky, the newest Rosie's Rescue dog. This 6 pound, eight month old was hit by a car and has two pelvic fractures. Lucky is not yet ready for adoption as she is still on crate rest and is due to be spayed.  She is sweet and smart and has a long, waggy tail. We are currently accepting applications for her adoption. 

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Dazey is a sweet, special needs dog that has been through so much.  We pulled her from the county shelter four years ago.  Then she weighed 65 pounds. Dazey was adopted by someone who ended up neglecting and abusing her.  Eventually she was dumped on the street weighing 41 pounds and mostly blind. 

Naturally we took her in, as she was one of ours.  Rosie’s Rescue is committed to taking care of our dogs for life. 

Dazey has a severe flea allergy that requires regular flea treatments and weekly baths with a medicated shampoo.  We are lucky and grateful to have a dedicated volunteer who bathes her and transports her to events.  Natural treatments are being used to heal infection.  Dazey is progressing nicely and is grateful for every bowl of food, every walk, every brushing.  She loves being with people and other dogs at our events.  She is non-reactive with cats.

We are seeking a very special foster for her that can handle her special needs.  She is the first and only dog that we have ever put in boarding. Donations to cover the cost of boarding are also greatly appreciated.  Rosie’s Rescue needs a special foster or adopter for this sweet girl.

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Dallas is a 13 year old Australian Cattle dog whose family is in a medical crisis.  Unfortunately this means she cannot be in the house.  Dallas is spending too much time in the garage and yard, so is becoming depressed.  She is spayed, weighs about 50 pounds and just wants to be with people.  Since she is mature, she does not require tons of exercise, but needs her walks and to be engaged with people.  It looks like she may be adopted after the holidays!  Yay!

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Boom is a two year old, spayed Chihuahua mix that weighs 10.13 pounds. She is tiny, yellow and white and people say she has a foxy face. Her mom was abandoned when very pregnant on a rural property. She had to be delivered via C-section. Boom has been with that property owner since birth. Unfortunately, due to a lost lease Boom needs a new home. Boom is a shy girl and timid until she knows you. Once she does she is an "in your pocket" dog. She is attached to her brother BA. They can be adopted together or separately.  Boom gets along with cats, dogs, kids, pigs, although she does like to chase chickens.  We need a new foster or adopter for her as soon as possible.  Although she has always gotten along with cats, her current foster has one that likes to pick on her and she is timid enough already.

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Meet BA, Boom's brother. BA is yellow and white and is two years old. This neutered boy weighs about 15 pounds. He is a happy go lucky guy that loves to just plop on your lap and cuddle. BA is also very playful. He gets along with cats, dogs, kids, pigs. He will chase chickens.

BA is the kind of dog that takes about 5 minutes to trust you and be your best friend.  He is a Chihuahua mix, but as we have observed his distinctive ears and curling tail, we think he may be a Pharoah dog/Chi mix or a Shiba Inu/Chi mix or even have some Basenji blood.  Though having had the free run on acreage and no leash training, he is now very comfortable on leash and with crate training.  
We would love to get this handsome boy adopted before Christmas.

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Goldie is a 12 pound Chihuahua/terrier mix who was recently relinquished to Rosie’s Rescue.  She and her sister Phoebe were from the same litter and lived with the same family their whole lives.  Both were extremely well taken care of, so no one believes that they are 12 years old.  

Unfortunately the family is selling their home and moving in with an elderly relative that needs care. However, this relative will only allow outside dogs.  Goldie is an inside dog and wants to be part of the family.

Goldie is a little shy at first but warms up and proves to be a lap dog.  She is good with other dogs, kids and is non-reactive to cats. She is doing well in her foster home with kids, cats, dogs and chickens.  Please consider giving this sweetie a home.

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