You wouldn’t know from such an eager face and cheery nature that Rosie had been through a tough time before she came to us!
Rosie was brought to us from what we call a multi case household, as she was in a house with five other dogs. None of their needs were met, and the conditions were so poor it was easily recognised as a really bad situation for the dogs. Some of the group had scarring on them, which can mean that they have been used for fighting or badger baiting. In this case, it wasn’t clear if this was definitely the cause, or if this was because they had been fighting each other for food.
After spending some time with us, she has rebuilt her trust in human kindness and is always curious to meet people – sometimes a tad too enthusiastically!
Now she has headed to a nearby Dogs Trust where she will be able to find a new, loving, home with all the attention she deserves! The five dogs she was living with before have all found happy homes, so when she has found her new family they will all have reached their new starts.
*We prioritise our kennel and cattery space for animals recovering from the worst abuse and neglect, which means when we have helped them to recover enough to be ready for a new home, our animals move on to other centres to find their forever home. Please help us to keep our vital treatment going with a donation that goes directly to fund our work*