Bichon Frise / Cavalier King Charles Cross
16 months old
Rosie is suitable to live with teenagers
Live With Dogs:
Rosie could live with an older quiet dog
Live With Cats:
FOOD AND VETERINARY TREATMENT FUND
This fund allows the Society to cover costs of pre-existing conditions once a dog has been re-homed. This means we will cover costs for vet treatment if the dog has a condition before it comes to stay with you. In this case we will covers costs relating to Rosie’s (conditions) within reason.
Rosie suffers from a condition called Symmetrical Lupoid Onychodystrophy. Symmetrical lupoid onychodystrophy is an immune-mediated skin disease of the claw of dogs characterised by separation and sloughing of the dogs nails from the nail beds and ultimately affecting all nails. Here are a couple of websites for more information –
PLEASE RESEARCH THE CONDITION BEFORE YOU APPLY FOR ROSIE. IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE INFORMATION OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE IN CONTACTING THE OFFICE.
Rosie is a beautiful little girl who is looking for a very special home. Rosie suffers from a medical condition that affects her nails. This condition unfortunately is quite rare, and it can affect every dog differently. The condition means that her nails are very brittle and may come away from the nail bed. Rosie has not long been diagnosed with this condition and is currently on various medication to help control it. Her new owners must understand that her condition may flare up at any time and may require more frequent vet trips.
Rosie is a sweet little girl who has lots of love to give. She is quite a timid girl and is looking for a nice quiet home. Rosie would love a new home where they will have the patience to help her settle into a new routine and to help build her confidence. Rosie is very friendly with people however can be anxious around young children therefore we will not re-home her where any children are younger than teenagers. Rosie will play with dogs well, however she may become a little more timid if the dog starts playing a little too rough for her. She would be happy to live with a quieter older dog who can help her to build her confidence.
Rosie does suffer from separation anxiety when left, however she is not destructive in any way when alone. She may bark if she hears loud unfamiliar noises outside. She would benefit from having company during the day, however she will need further training to help gradually build her up to being left for short periods of time. Rosie is housetrained and would like access to her own secure garden. Her own garden will be needed for when her nails are having a flare up as she may need restricted exercise. Rosie walks well in her harness and enjoys going for her daily walks especially if it is a woodland walk. She is good off lead and will come back when called. Rosie travels well in the car.
Rosie is a fun little dog who enjoys playing with her squeaky toys. She is a bouncy happy girl who loves lots of attention and cuddles. Rosie will sit for a biscuit. She will make a wonderful companion for an understanding and patient owner.
Please think carefully before applying for Rosie and think how any changes in your circumstances may affect your ability to care for her. If you would like to be considered to re-home Rosie please click on the green register your interest button and this will take you to our application form. Once you have completed and sent the form you will receive an automatic response to your email address that you have supplied. This means we have successfully received your application. Please note that the Society only re-homes within Scotland.