Rosie (the Riveter) - 20034974

Location: San Ramon, California
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: January 1, 2020 - Estimated
Age: 4 Year, 4 Month
Gender: Female
Altered Date: April 18, 2023

  • House Broken
  • OK with Dogs
  • OK with Cats

Adopted!!!

Meet Rosie! She was turned into ABR as a stray along with Piper who we believe is her daughter. This pair of beauties were not in the best shape. Not only did they have fleas, ticks, worms and ear infections but Rosie was limping. It was determined that Rosie had a fractured femur of her left rear leg. She had a visit with an orthopedic veterinary surgeon who said that the fracture was old and healing and he did not recommend surgical intervention. Just to make sure, we consulted with a second orthopedic veterinary surgeon who agreed.Fast forward to a month after being received by ABR and she is parasite and infection free! With frequent short walks and play with Piper, her leg is getting stronger every day. She’s up to a normal weight and walks nicely on a tandem leash. She and Piper keep each other company when we’re away from the house, so there’s no separation anxiety problem. Rosie’s was spayed on 4/18 and is healing well. We are looking for a placement for her and Piper together. They are a bonded pair of fun loving dogs. They’re incredibly sweet and get along well with kids, dogs and cats. If you’re interested, please fill out the ABR application. Feel free to contact me with questions.

Rosie (the Riveter) - 20034974

Location: San Ramon, California
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: January 1, 2020 - Estimated
Age: 4 Year, 4 Month
Gender: Female
Altered Date: April 18, 2023

  • House Broken
  • OK with Dogs
  • OK with Cats

Adopted!!!

Meet Rosie! She was turned into ABR as a stray along with Piper who we believe is her daughter. This pair of beauties were not in the best shape. Not only did they have fleas, ticks, worms and ear infections but Rosie was limping. It was determined that Rosie had a fractured femur of her left rear leg. She had a visit with an orthopedic veterinary surgeon who said that the fracture was old and healing and he did not recommend surgical intervention. Just to make sure, we consulted with a second orthopedic veterinary surgeon who agreed.Fast forward to a month after being received by ABR and she is parasite and infection free! With frequent short walks and play with Piper, her leg is getting stronger every day. She’s up to a normal weight and walks nicely on a tandem leash. She and Piper keep each other company when we’re away from the house, so there’s no separation anxiety problem. Rosie’s was spayed on 4/18 and is healing well. We are looking for a placement for her and Piper together. They are a bonded pair of fun loving dogs. They’re incredibly sweet and get along well with kids, dogs and cats. If you’re interested, please fill out the ABR application. Feel free to contact me with questions.