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Chloe and Lynx

Posted September 14, 2016

Two well behaved puppies. Chloe and Lynx

2017 Rosie calendar is here

Posted September 11, 2016

Hot off the press!!! First print has been deliver to Rosie. Be the first to get yours!!!! Only 500 have been printed to-date, more will be printed soon, be the... Continue Reading

Lance’s happily ever after

Posted September 8, 2016

Hi Rosie's,
We adopted our dog from you guys years ago and thought it would be nice to send you guys an update! I recently stumbled accross old photos of... Continue Reading

Chloe and Lynx

Posted August 28, 2016

happy in their new homes! Chloe and Lynx adopted by Dr. Nosotti!

Maggy aka Foxy

Posted August 27, 2016

Well hello Rosie Family!!

It’s been a while…thought I’d give you a couple of laughs. We’ve been cherishing every second with our beautiful Maggy... Continue Reading

Mylo says hello!

Posted July 13, 2016

he was a Nortern dog! Another dog who would not have a chance unless RESCUE existed!

Dr. Nosotti and Chloe

Posted July 13, 2016

What does Dr. Nosotti do in her spare time?
Train her new Rosie dog Chloe!!!
Watch her ring a bell

In memory of Gary, animal lover

Posted July 11, 2016

Alison, her boys and the animal world lost a great person yesterday. Gary was truly a big animal lover. Alison and Gary adopted Bronson from Rosie. They... Continue Reading

Happy Canada day from Elijah and…

Posted July 1, 2016

Happy Canada day from Elijah and Lilah

Maya’s sotry

Posted June 29, 2016

This month we are celebrating Maya’s anniversary with our family. She was a mill dog with so many issues I would not know where to begin. Maya was very... 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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