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Rosie- F197   

In shelter Dog

Stephenville, TX, 76401
Pet name:
Rosie- F197
Coat length:
Rosie is a gorgeous, sable & white purebred, rough coated senior lady who is ready and waiting  for her forever home.  Rosie is a loving dog and craves attention, but not needy.  She is house trained but has not had a lot of house time. She is skittish on wood floors so carpet and tile would be best for this 9 1/2 year old.  Rosie likes other dogs but if there are noises that agitate her (lawn mowers, ATVs, motorcycles, etc,) she will turn around and jump on a dog if they are close by; that is the reason for being an ONLY dog.  Rosies coat is growing out after she somehow slit her abdomen open and had a lot of her coat shaved to stitch her back up.

 Rosie is spayed, on heartworm preventive, current on vaccines and a dental about 8 months ago.  She is microchipped. She walks well on a leash and loves to go for walks.  She is crate trained, a good rider and will use a ramp if needed to get in a car or SUV. 

Rosie deserves the best!  The application and "terms of adoption" are located at   They must be submitted at the same time.  A home visit is required and references will be contacted before an application can be approved. An adoption fee, and Texas sales tax of  6.75%  is required for adoption.  For more info call or text 214-668-5794.  Rosie is being fostered 1 hour southwest of Ft.Worth, TX.


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