BHRR's Rose has a sweet and a bit of a shy announcement to make – She is now AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION!!
BHRR's Rose is still shy yet for the right matched forever loving home, if you are patience and kind and soft spoken and consistent; BHRR's Rose will give you her heart and soul and beyond.
She is so sweet, affectionate, obedient and strangers still 'worry' her a bit and she can get shy for the first bit and so, she is not to be pushed beyond her comfort zone. She is to be given plenty of social opportunities to shine and to socialize yet; do not flood or overwhelm her. She will shut right down.
In new situations and settings, she tends to want to stay by my side at first and has not met a dog that she has not yet liked!
She is still putting on some weight from what she lost from her spay and then emergency surgery; but; that is not enough at this time to hold her back from being placed up for adoption.
If she has a right matched personality fit dog in her new home, that is great yet not necessary. As long as she has a network through that homes friends, neightbours and family, she shall thrive with doggie friends.
She can go to a home that works ft, pt, semit-retired, works from home, retired etc. FOR she is another one of those versatile homes.
I would not wish to see her in a home with children under the age of 9. She should be part of a quietly active home, not one with lots of fluttering and scattering of kids and voices going amok around her.
She is very sound and stable dog who has made miraculous leaps and bounds during her rehab with me at BHRR and she is very bonded, loyal and so caring.
May that right matched forever loving home see past that initial shyness and worry to the gem of gold and diamonds she really is!
The one thing that I do not believe that I also meant post is that when the Vet spayed her; she would not have given her an age over 18 months.