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About Rosie Animal Adoption

Rosie Animal Adoption is dedicated to the coordination of orphaned animals and adoptive homes into a support network to ensure the survival of unwanted pets. Rosie Animal Adoption will provide ongoing information and support to interested parties and pet lovers to ensure the humane and effective recovery of any pet in need. This is a non-profit charitable organization; funded by donations and hard work; dedicated to the welfare, protection, and safe adoption of house pets.

Rosie, our Mascot

R.I.P. Rosie. Rosie, our mascot, was rescued from an uncertain future at the age of two months, due to being homeless and having a pierced eye. Rosie went to Rainbow Bridge at the age of 12 years old.

Rosie Animal Adoption Profile

Our philosophy is to protect and ensure the survival of adoptable dogs. We are dedicated to finding responsible and loving homes for misplaced, neglected and unwanted dogs. Our goal is to educate the public and pet lovers on responsible pet guardianship, which includes: spaying and neutering of pets, behavioral guidelines to ensure problem behaviors are dealt with before the pet is abandoned and to inform prospective pet guardians of the special qualities, characteristics and requirements of a pet before they acquire it. We hope to eventually eliminate the need for any and all adoption programs as the public becomes more educated. It is imperative as members of this group and pet lovers in general that we make every effort to care for pets.

Rosie Animal Adoption was founded in 2001 when two friends, both volunteers at animal shelters, decided to combine forces and venture out on their own.

Rosie Animal Adoption is NOT a shelter and is not affiliated with any animal welfare or humane organization which makes our task even more difficult. We do not receive any financial assistance from these groups. We are a non-profit/charitable organization and we rely totally on the generosity and support of the public

Rosie Animal Adoption finds homes for dogs through our Foster Care and Adoption Care programs. Medical care, spaying and neutering and basic necessities such as food, shelter, kindness and compassion are provided by dedicated professionals and volunteers.

Rosie Animal Adoption is located in Montreal, Quebec.

Contact Information:

Rosie Animal Adoption
3551 Boul. St. Charles,
Suite 440
Kirkland, Quebec, Canada
H9H 3C4
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Rosie’s Survivors Fund

Pablo need help

Hi my name is Pablo! I’m an 11 month old male neutered chihuahua. At 7 months old I was dropped off at the SPCA because my blood tests showed that something might be wrong with my liver. My liver values were not normal.

The SPCA called Rosie’s Animal Adoption to ask if they would take me in and of course they said yes. I went to a new foster home where I got to play with lots of dogs. I’ve been through a lot in the last 2 months trying to figure out what was wrong with my liver. I had many blood tests, a liver biopsy and the doctors thought I might have a shunt. My liver were not normal. That is a condition which would require a very invasive surgery. So off to the specialist I went. I met Dr Javard, Internal Specialist at DMV.

There I had a cat scan, a very expensive test I’ve been told, to find out if I did have a shunt. The good news is I did not and the specialist cleared me and said I would lead a normal, healthy, long life. The only conditon is that I eat vegetarian food (Hydrolyzed dog Food) and a blood test once a year. You know I dont eat a lot - I am so tiny! The cat Scan indicated I have: Portal Vein Hypoplasia or Microvascular dysplasia.

Now I’m looking for my forever family. I love to play with other dogs, big or small. The dog’s I play with need to be very stable and not react to my antics. I am very brave, sometimes too brave, so a sensitive or reactive dog may not like having me around. I can go 100 miles an hour or I can curl up and lie on your lap for hours. My foster mom says I only have two modes on or off. She also says I’m much better but still not 100% toilet trained. I am crate trained but I will bark if I need to go out to do my business. Ideally, I would have a fenced yard to play in because I am fast and small, and you may not even notice I’m gone if I’m not in a fenced area. I like older kids as long as they are very gentle with me and respect when I do not want to play with them.

Rosie has spent over $3,000. On trying to find out what was wrong with me. Pls help Rosie pay my vet bills! I am so worth saving!

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