Are you looking for a fun-loving adult dog to share a lot of activities with? Are you an active person who likes to play ball, go on long walks, or jogs daily, and wants a companion to accompany you? Do you like to curl-up on the couch with your favorite buddy after a long day of activity and fun? If you meet these three qualifications, then please apply here! Rose would like to talk with you in more detail to see if you and she would be a good match for a lifetime of fun and smiles. Easiest job interview you ever had, huh?
Rose was surrendered to our Shelter by her previous human because he couldn't keep her where he was living. After spending time with her, both our Shelter staff and her foster family found her to be a very sweet, smart, and loving girl. She really enjoys being with her humans. Her exuberance will first make you smile, then her calming-down will help you relax. What a day brightener she is!
Rose is looking for a home of her own where she can become the cherished companion she so wants to be. She loves to be with her humans and get all the attention she can find from petting and cuddling. Just spend some time with her, and you'll quickly fall in love with her the same way we did.
Rose knows basic training commands, and is doing well with her obedience training. She'll benefit from continued consistent training and positive interaction and reinforcement, both to help her become an even more wonderful companion and to develop a strong bond with her new family. She is calm on-lead, selective about other dogs, and would likely get along best with a friendly male dog buddy. She gets along well with the other large dogs in her foster home, and walks well on-leash in tandem with her foster buddies. She will stop to visit nose-to-nose with dogs that aren't barking at her, and ignores barking dogs.
Adopting a young adult dog is a 10-15 year commitment, is beneficial because their personalities are already developed, and will provide many years of love, devotion, entertainment, and companionship. Rose's ideal humans are those who crave the fun, energy, joy, and inquisitiveness of an energetic adult dog, and will happily include her in their daily activities. She'll do best in an active home with adult humans and older children to keep her company. We don't recommend a family with small children because Rose can unintentionally knock them down in her youthful excitement. With a loving family, she'll be a wonderful and constant companion for many years.
Born in 2010, Rose is a white with black spots female pitbull terrier, is dewormed, deflead, spayed, current with vaccinations (DA2PP and rabies), and microchipped for identification. She is house-trained, so her new humans will just need to show her where to potty and how to get there.
Please contact Rose's foster mom at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (408) 681-3788 (voicemail) for more information about adoption; messages returned within 24 hours.
Morgan Hill, CA
Phone: (408) 681-3788