Rosie

Rosie – Chocolate Female, 1 year old, 67 lbs

Hey Hi Hello!!! I am Rosie and I am so excited to meet you – my puppy tail is wagging so hard my whole body is wiggling! I am a puppy-licious high energy little girl who is just thrilled to be here looking for my forever family! I had a family for a bit, but they did NOT understand Labbie puppies and surrendered me at a local high-kill shelter for being too rambunctious…um hello!?! Have you ever met a Labrador puppy? Rambunctious is our middle name! I am a typical Labrador pup – full of that signature Labbie enthusiasm and joy!

I am full of love and ready to love you today! I am very eager to please and love to make my people smile, which makes me a very quick learner. I am already house-trained and crate-trained! I love to play with water and chase the garden hose and frolic in the sprinklers. I will also carry my leash in my mouth to you…hint hint…let’s go for a walk! I am working hard on those leash manners, but I need practice! Now I am pretty high energy, but I do have a couch potato side. I absolutely love to curl up next to my people on the sofa or in a chair. Personal space? Huh? I don’t really get that…I think I fit perfectly snuggled up on your lap! I love playing with the other dog in my foster home, but I have not met a cat or a small dog yet, so I may be a bit much for them lol! I sure do love my people though – you are my whole world!

Rosie is a beautiful girl full of joy and happiness! You cannot help but smile when you look at her – her zest for life is contagious! Labradors typically do not start maturing until at least 2 years of age, and Rosie is no exception. She is still in her puppy stage and full of energy and goofy antics. Like all Labbie puppies, Rosie will need a home that will continue her training and exercise her regularly. She loves people and other dogs and just wants to bring a smile to her family’s faces. Rosie is ready to find that forever family to entertain and love forever – could it be you? Apply today at www.labrescuefresno.org to find out more about how to make Rosie a member of your family!