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May 16, 2005

Meet Rosie!

Rose is a fourteen-pound, two-year-old blonde (only her hairdresser knows for sure) Griff. She is a very calm dog and not easily frightened by things like thunder or other loud noises. She has not been around other dogs or humans much. She is trying to learn to play with her doggy playmates but is easily intimidated. Human touch is new to her and so she's shy, but she's trying so hard to learn what is expected of her.

Rose is crate- trained and is learning to walk with a leash. She likes to do her duty outdoors but doesn't yet know how to let her human know when she's ready. Rose would do best in a home with lots of structure, easy-going playmates, and a stay-at-home Mom.

Rose is located in Tulsa, OK.

If you would like more information, contact Linda. If you are interested in adoption please fill out our Adoption Application.

Keep in mind that we prefer to place dogs within driving distance of where they are being fostered. If someone from outside the local area is approved for adoption, they must be willing to fly in to get the dog and that can only happen if the dog is stable enough to travel in the cabin with the passenger.




07-04-05 Update on Rosie

Rosie is a fourteen-pound, two-year-old blonde Griff that was released by a puppy mill eight weeks ago. She is very friendly, somewhat shy, and maybe too inquisitive. Rosie is quite calm and loves to play with other dogs her size. She's learning to play with humans and is a very good traveler.

Rosie is so smart, and, in two short months, is housebroken, trained to walk with the leash, and follows her foster Mom everywhere, even when she's not on a leash. She is up to date on her shots, heartworm negative, and is being treated for mild allergies.

Rosie loves her crate at bedtime if she can be in your bedroom, but she barks incessantly if left in her crate when you are not there. Rosie is truly a Velcro Griff so we must ask that she go to a home with a stay-at-home Mom.


Below are two new photos of Rosie:






September 20, 2005

Update!

Rosie has been Adopted!

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