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Champion the Cocker spaniel

About Champion

Champion is a 6 yr old male Cocker who arrived at Rosie over a month ago from a commercial breeder. He arrived very shy - stayed in back of his cage and didnt interact with people or dogs. Finally he started to get more comfortable with everyone. His tail was finally wagging! We were all elated at his progress. Then we noticed he had started to limp. He was limping on a back leg a lot. Xrays were taken and Champion was examined which showed luxating paletella as well as a TPLO surgery! Surgery was done at the cost of over $4,000. to give Champion a healthy and pain free life! We would appreciate any donation towards Champion medical care. Dogs like Champion deserve a 2nd chance at life. Champion now needs 8 weeks of cage rest!

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  • Status:Reserved
  • Gender:Male
  • Age:6-1/2 years old
  • Size:Medium
  • Weight:35 lbs
  • Breed:Cocker spaniel
  • With Dogs:Yes
  • With Cats:TBD
  • With Children:Over 16 years old

This organization is run entirely by volunteers and we try our best to save as many homeless dogs as possible. Since there are only a few volunteers, please understand that we are unable to answer phone calls about the animals. The first step is to fill out an adoption application which you can find at: www.rosieanimaladoption.org . You will be contacted only if you are a suitable match. Rosie Animal Adoption does not have a shelter where you can come and meet the dogs. All showings are by appointment after your application has been approved, or at adoption clinics. If you have any questions, please .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). All family members must be present at time of adoption. Please note, we do not adopt strays to families with children under 12.

Adoptions

If you adopt from Rosie, your dog will be vet checked, vaccinated for DHPP and Rabies (if the dog is over 4 months), given a treatment for fleas and parasites as well as spayed or neutered before adoption. Our adoption fee is $400 and $300 for dogs of 8 years old and older.

Rosie Animal Adoption is a proud member of CAACQ (Companion Animal Adoption Center of Québec)

Rosie Animal Adoption only rescues dogs - we are sorry that we are unable to rescue cats.

This organization is run entirely by volunteers - there are no paid employees. We try our best to save as many homeless dogs as possible. Since there are only a few volunteers, please understand that we are unable to answer phone calls about the animals. The first step is to fill out an adoption application which you can find at: www.rosieanimaladoption.org . You will be contacted only if you are a suitable match. Rosie Animal Adoption does not have a shelter where you can come and meet the dogs. All showings are by appointment after your application has been approved or at adoption clinics. If you have any questions, please contact us today. Please note, we do not adopt strays to families with children under 12. All family members must be present at the time of adoption.

Surrenders

Here at Rosie Animal Adoption, we understand that the decision to give up a family pet is not always an easy one and that the dog's best interests are always of paramount importance. Whether you have a family pet or a stray to surrender, please be aware that there are many unscrupulous people who are always on the lookout for unaltered dogs to breed strictly for profit. Dogs kept for this purpose, be it by a “backyard breeder” or “puppy miller,” are usually kept in inhumane conditions that are worse than you can imagine. We get many calls from people who are “in a hurry” to re-home their dogs, claiming that they simply cannot wait. With the increasing number of homeless dogs in the province of Quebec , our resources are always stretched to the limit and we do not always have immediate openings. We would ask that you please be patient when contacting our volunteers to surrender a dog.

We will do our best to help you as quickly as we can, and may also be able to refer you to another group that we are affiliated with, but the most important message here is to proceed very cautiously if you are giving away or selling your dog to someone who may be portraying a private individual. The best thing you can do is to be sure to have your pet spayed or neutered and the worse thing you can do is offer an unaltered pet “free to a good home.” We have seen what can happen. By Janet Magurn

AT ROSIE'S DOGS DO GET A 2ND CHANCE AT LIFE!

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On Valentine’s day, we received a prognosis on Gerard, the 4 month Newfoundlander mix. Since Gerard arrived at Rosie he has been dribbling urine. Gerard being only 4 months old needs a chance at living a full life! After consultation with Dr Javard, DMV, it was found that Gerard has a sac like in his Urethra which fills with urine. Very uncommon, only 1 paper has been written on this condition. Our choice on Valentines day was - euthanise Gerard or fix him. We choose to give him a chance at life. On Tuesday, he will undergo surgery at DMV to repair his Urethra. We are all hoping that this surgery will be successful! But we need you in order to save Gerard! Pls consider donating to help Gerard heal on this cold Valentines day!

If Gerard could thank you personally he would! Donations are our only way to fix our dogs and allow them to live! We want Gerard to be a Rosie survivor!!