Not yet too young
Passport and vaccinations:
Poor Rosa was found alone on the streets searching for food, imagine how hard life is for such a young pup fending for herself. We were full at Happys so she was taken to the safety of shack in a yard until we had space. She has now been moved to Happys and is safe and warm and settling in well.
Rosa is very sweet and friendly and good with other dogs. We will be looking for a home who have the time to dedicate to caring for a growing puppy, supporting them with development and training. If you think you can meet Rosa’s needs, please fill out a registration form and one of our rehoming team will be in touch.
Thank you for your interest in Rosa if you would like to apply to adopt one of our dogs, please read the ‘How do I Adopt’ pages, where you can find more information about the process and the costs involved.
As you can imagine, each one of our dogs is very precious to us, they haven’t had the best start in life and therefore it is absolutely crucial we find the right homes for them. When you complete a registration form, please tell us as much as you can about why you are looking to adopt a dog and how you think you can meet their needs. Every dog is an individual and our amazing rehoming team will know exactly what type of home each dog needs to thrive. For example, will the dog cope with a small garden or is it the type of dog who needs to live in a rural environment? Will the dog enjoy being around children, or is it best suited to an adult only home? Will it cope sharing a home with other pets, or is it best as an only dog? Are you outdoorsy types who like to go hiking, or would you prefer a dog who is happy to snuggle up on the sofa with you? Our rehoming team will be very familiar with the needs of each of our dogs and the information you provide on your application form will help them to match you with the right dog.