a Friends of Sedona dog
Age: 2 Years Old
Good With Dogs: No
Good With Cats: No
Good With Children: Yes, 10 and Up
One look at Rosie and you can see the love and liveliness in her face. Rosie is just happy to meet everyone, especially if you have a kong or tennis ball to throw for her. Rosie is about 2 years old and she is half American Staffordshire Terrier and half German Shepherd (this is confirmed by a DNA test). We call her a “Rocket Full of Love.”
Rosie can take off at full speed to fetch her toy then turn on a dime to rush back to greet her friends. Rosie has begun to receive basic training and is learning to sit patiently and wait for her toy or treat. She is a quick learner and eager to please.
Rosie is very excitable around other dogs, and most likely would do best with someone that has no other animals. She does have a strong prey drive, so no kitties or small animals in her household. An active family would suit her just fine, especially someone with a large fenced in back yard.
Rosie is part of the “Friends of Sedona” program. “Friends of Sedona” helps out dogs that are falling through the cracks in rescue and in danger of being euthanized. All dogs in the “Friends” program are healthy, people friendly and of good temperament.
To adopt Rosie, shoot an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.