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Dog Adoption News

Get the latest new on dogs, cats and other abandoned pets around the globe from Rosie Animal Adoption.

Hannah

Posted June 23, 2011

Hannah now Loula was the first dog that Rosie registered for her microchip. Loula found a wonderful family in Pointe-Claire - she even has a doggie sister... Continue Reading

Rosie T-Shirt Available

Posted June 7, 2011

Very cute 100% cotton preshrunk T shirts

Available in Medium + Large Res-Qs are the best Qs Will be available at all adoption clinics
$15.00

News from Lil

Posted May 29, 2011

Remember how fitful she used to sleep when I got her, never relaxed?? Well, look at her today...

Suzannah

Maggie who was Noel

Posted May 18, 2011

Maggie was one of the first dog that we saved from Waskaganish, James Bay.

Dear Rosie, I just wanted to get in touch with you as I got a message from I... Continue Reading

Thank you to Pierrefonds Comprehensive High…

Posted May 17, 2011

Rosie would like to thank Jessica and the students from Pierrefonds Comprehensive High School for their hard work and generous donation.

Greetings from Cooper

Posted May 4, 2011

Hi Everyone at Rosie's,

I thought it was about time to send along a few photos of me....."Cooper"... with my new best friends. As you can see we all get along... Continue Reading

Adoption is the Option

Posted April 27, 2011

Lillie

Posted April 21, 2011

Friday, April 15, 2011 By SUZANNAH J. VANSON, Special to the Gazette MONTREAL – One recent night, just after I had given her pills to my old, deaf,... Continue Reading

Violet (aka Oceana)

Posted March 11, 2011

Violet (who was Oceana) adopted by Robert Dumont and family. Violet was one of Mimi's pups!

Remember Faith, the one-eyed dog?

Posted January 25, 2011

Who would ever believed that Faith would have found this kind of life? She, who came badly injured from James Bay in August 2010, now has several beds to... Continue Reading

Rosie’s Survivors Fund

Max

Max was flown to Montreal to save his life and relieve his pain as he was very painful after being hit. Max was hit by a snowmobile in the North. There are no vets in the far North to treat a dog so the owners do what they can for the dogs. On arrival at our vets, they found that he had fractured bones in his foot. He was not neutered yet either. So Max was neutered and a cast was put on his leg which will remain from 4 to 6 weeks. Donations again have helped save Max as in the North he would not have received any medical care.

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