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ROSIE

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Rosie is an energetic girl who has found herself in our care due to concerns for her welfare. She adores people, loves to be the centre of attention and like most young dogs, wants to investigate everything. Rosie thoroughly enjoys her walks and is currently walked on a harness and lead, although she likes the company of certain dogs on walks she is better suited to a single dog household as she can be a boisterous girl and doesn’t currently understand boundaries. Rosie is a typical puppy full of mischief and needs an owner willing to carry out further socialisation and training aiding her development. Rosie is a sweet girl but would only be suited to a home with older children due to his bouncy, excitable nature. With a patient and committed owner Rosie will make a fantastic, lifelong companion.

My personality

  • I need training how to sit nicely (and then I can master the rest)
  • I could live with children of secondary school age
  • I need teaching that it's ok to be alone
  • I'd prefer to be the only dog in a home
  • I'd prefer to be the only animal in a home
  • I'm always on the go
  • I love fuss and attention

About Me

Breed: Crossbreed/Unknown
Colour: Brindle/white
Age: 6-12 Months

Contact the centre or branch about me:

Longview Kennels

RSPCA Longview Animal Centre
Old Toms Lane
POULTON-LE-FYLDE
Stalmine
FY6 0JR

01253 703000

11am-5pm Tue-Sun (closed Mon)

Please note the centre does not re-home animals during the Christmas holiday period. We prioritise animals we have rescued from cruelty & neglect, which may mean we cannot take in unwanted pets. Unfortunately we do not have facilities for rabbits at the moment. Unable to accept dogs until further notice.

About Me

Breed: Crossbreed/Unknown
Colour: Brindle/white
Age: 6-12 Months
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Interested in adopting me?

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