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Manhattan, Melody, Magic, Marley and Miley NEED YOUR HELP!!









On Friday evening, May 7th, after a 2½ hour delay, five very tired dogs arrived by plane from James Bay. Miley, a beautiful-10 month old Shepherd-x and 4 small puppies, Melody, Marley, Manhatten and Magic, landed at the Montreal airport and were met by Rosie volunteers who transported their precious cargo to Pierrefonds Veterinarian Hospital for their checkups.

Imagine our horror when on May 8th all the puppies became sick and had to be tested for Parvo and the tests came back positive. An ultrasound was performed on Miley by Dr. Erdmann who found that she was in a very advanced stage of pregnancy carrying 6 puppies and even worst news was the realization that she had be in contact with the Parvo virus also.

For these 5 dogs, it was our dream that they would all find the loving fur-ever home that they so deserve and have been missing for their short lives. That dream may not become a reality now, but Rosie’s is hopeful that with your support, good wishes, and the dedication of our fabulous veterinary team that they pull through and live long and full lives with a loving family


We need your help now to help save these young dogs and the 6 unborn puppies. Any amount you can donate towards their medical care would be greatly appreciated by the Rosie team and by those whose lives we are fighting to save.

Parvo is a virus that targets rapidly dividing cells in the body. For this reason, the dog’s intestine – were cells divide at a rapid rate – are usually affected first by Parvo. This causes Parvo symptoms such as bloody diarrhea, dehydration, lethargy and intestinal inflammation that prevents the dog’s digestive system from absorbing nutrients


Parvo is highly contagious and very difficult to cure in young dogs. We hope we have caught it early enough so they all have a chance to literally fight for their lives.

If you would like to help, please donate. It can easily be done online.

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