Hound / Chesapeake Bay Retriever (short coat) : : Female : : Young : : Medium
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Meet Rosie. This girl is a lover! She is quiet and timid around new things, but after a little reassurance she is happy to explore. Rosie is also an instigator of fun and enjoys playing with her toys and chewing on her teething bone. Rose has done well with potty training and likes to stay close when outside. Rosie has also learned to sit, but gets a little over excited sometimes and forgets what she needs to do. She will go in her crate but it isn’t her favorite place to be and she does better when the door is left open. She is still learning so this will come with time! Rosie tires quickly after she plays and LOVES to snuggle up in a warm lap. Rosie is great at giving kisses too! She’s not too sure about the cat, and is very inquisitive when the human kids are moving around a lot or making a lot of noise. Rosie would do best in a family that can give her a lot of attention and patience.
Please keep in mind there are many factors to consider when choosing the right match for a puppy, so an application cannot guarantee adoption. Nor do we work on a "first come first served" basis, but rather strive to find the best match for the personality of each dog. At the time of adoption, the puppy will be current on vaccinations and deworming. Please consider the time and effort it takes to raise a puppy. Foster puppies are typically NOT potty trained. They require time and patience from their adopter. If you are NOT serious about adoption and have not discussed the possibility of adding a new canine to your home with ALL live in family members, DO NOT APPLY. Volunteers spend countless hours reviewing applications, calling references, and scheduling home visits. Please be sure you are ready to add a puppy to your home BEFORE applying.
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Good with Dogs, Good with Kids