Maggie Rose & Emma Rose   

In shelter Dog

Weston, Broward County, Florida, Unit...
Chihuahua, Pomeranian
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Maggie Rose & Emma Rose
   If we were a sports team, Maggie Rose and Emma Rose would definitely win the “most improved players” awards. These beautiful little girls are nothing short of amazing. After being found in a park, in a box with no food or water, they arrived here in bad shape. They were malnourished, weak, covered in fleas, and had painful eye ulcers. Both could barely walk, and Emma had a leg deformity. But Maggie Rose and Emma Rose showed abounding spirit and zest for life, and in no time, with nourishment, love, and proper care, they are thriving way beyond our initial hopes.      Maggie Rose and Emma Rose are full of energy, drive, and spunk. They have gained weight and strength, and their coats have grown in beautifully. They not only walk, but can run, and seem to be pain free and enjoying every minute. Theses happy girls love every minute of attention they receive and are so friendly and sweet.             Maggie Rose and Emma Rose are Chihuahua mixes and about 8-9 years old. Maggie Rose is the larger girl, about 6 pounds. Emma Rose is about 5 pounds. We are searching for a home in which they will be cherished and loved and well attended to. A nice fenced yard is a must, and there should be no other pets in the home. If you believe you are the right person for these amazing girls, please put in an application today. Please watch the video at the end of the photos to see these little beauties in action. They are simply the best!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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