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Thank you for our daily happiness!!

Posted December 11, 2010

Dear Anne,

Here’s a little update on our large canine family! We wish to thank you personally and Rosie for our daily happiness. There's never a day that... Continue Reading

Skye (formerly Iris)

Posted December 11, 2010

Everything is going well!

Corona before and after

Posted December 11, 2010

Corona was named after a dog that a few volunteers knew (before Rosie was started) and could not save. This Corona was saved! Corona was a part of a badly... Continue Reading

A successful Bake Sale!

Posted December 11, 2010

A bake sale was held by Emma, Jordan , Samantha, Gabrielle to help the Rosie Animal Adoption dogs. The bake sale was very successful - over $250.00 was... Continue Reading

Zoe from James Bay

Posted December 11, 2010

Remember Zoe who arrived from James Bay full of corcupine needle and who also had au unstable joint? All that was taken care by Ortho Design. If ever you... Continue Reading

Rosie’s Holiday Cards now available

Posted December 10, 2010

Rosie Holiday cards are now available. They can be purchased at Adoption Clinics, Hudson Pet Fair on Dec. 4th or at Yazoo, 125 Donegani, Pointe Claire. For... Continue Reading

Another Rosie Success Story!

Posted December 8, 2010

I thought I'd just give you a quick update. Maggie (Mary - adopted in August) is doing very well. She has become more affectionate and playful as time has... Continue Reading

Charlie (alias Beauty) from James Bay

Posted December 1, 2010

All's going very well with Charlie - she's a great little puppy. And she's made friends with Pumpkin also a Rosie dog (now Ripley).

Jazzie - Air time !!

Posted November 21, 2010

Jazzie, once a puppy mill surfing on the beach!!

Riley makes an appearance on the…

Posted November 6, 2010


On November 4th, 2010 volunteers from Rosie Animal Adoption attended the Cesar Millan seminar at the Bell... Continue Reading

Rosie’s Survivors Fund

Renny needs your help to heal

Hi, My name is Renny. I am a Husky mix who was found by Sarah Saintsbury. Sarah found me lying on a snow bank while she was up rescuing Northern dogs. His family was traced and they agreed to send him to rescue as he was injured. Turns out, Renny was probably hit by a car, initially it was unknown if he would make it due to the damage. Even though this dog was in pain, he never once complained or made a peep, he is more than wonderful inside and out. Renny has a fractured pelvis. It was determined he may recover without surgery but will need intensive rehabilitation through physio therapy. He needs cage rest. The worry was that some of the nerves might have been injured. He does have one weak back leg which will strengthen hopefully with physio. The vets and techs who are caring for him say: He is beautiful inside and out! He is just a turn key dog. Northern dogs do make wonderful pets! Renny will now go through intense rehabilitation at Pierrefonds Animal Hospital. If you are a client at Pierrefonds, you might just see Renny in the underwater treadmill. So many people cared enough to save him. Now we need people who care enough to help us pay his medical bill.

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Indoor garage sale

Indoor garage sale, bake sale and nail clipping. All profit goes the Rosie Animal Adoption
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