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Sadie

This is Sadie. She and her sister were rescued by Rosie's at only a few weeks old after they had been abandoned in the middle of winter outside on a road side near Cornwall. Sadie was one sick little puppy for the first while when we had her but giving her a home prepared diet solved all her problems. She is going to be 14 years old in December. She is a very sweet and gentle dog who loves her walks and loves to be chased in circles. She has accepted three cats into her home and greets everybody with love and kindness. From her early trauma it has caused her some issues with separation anxiety and she does not like to be far from home (or the car if out some place). But that's okay, we just don't want to be far from her either. We love her so very much and know she is grateful to Rosie's for allowing her to come all the way to Toronto for her forever home.

In other Adoption News

Echo

Posted November 9, 2018

Here’s a pic of Echo in England watching my future stepson at his rugby match. Adopting Echo was one of the best things I ever did. He makes me so happy... Continue Reading

Calendar 2019 is ready

Posted September 7, 2018

Our beautiful 2019 calendars have arrived and can be purchased at:
Adorable Animal, 14033 Gouin West, Pierrefonds, Qc
Doggy Day Care, 1250 chemin Heron,... Continue Reading

The Story Changed

Posted May 10, 2018



ll Dogs Featured before and after are actual Rosie rescued dogs. To support Rosie Animal Adoption a 100% volunteer-based and 100% donation based rescue,... Continue Reading

A Rescue’s tail

Posted May 10, 2018



To watch A Rescue's tail
All Dogs featured are actual Rosie rescued dogs with their new guardians. Some were puppy mill dogs, some lived outside in the snow... Continue Reading

Service Vet Mobile Dr C. Nosotti Inc.

Posted April 16, 2018

Saturday, April 14th, in honor of Rosie’s Sweet 16 Anniversary, Service vétérinaire mobile Dr C. Nosotti Inc. pledged to donate $1 to Rosie Animal... Continue Reading

popped in to say hello

Posted February 8, 2018

Hello,
I adopted Roxy June 14th. 2016 and want to share with you the progress this lovely girl has made.

I just love her...

Lise

Enzo

Posted December 27, 2017

Enzo and I wish you a happy holiday season.

Luis aka Tony

Posted December 27, 2017

Merry Christmas !

Stella update

Posted December 13, 2017

Hello!!!

I can’t resist sending more news.

Ends up Stella is a natural st being a therapy dog. She loves greeting everyone, she is calm and quiet and... Continue Reading

Nothern dogs are the best

Posted December 8, 2017

This is Nicky, formely Rosebud. She was a Northern dog who had received trauma prior to coming to Rosie.
Hi here's some pictures of our sweet Niky she is a... Continue Reading

Rosie’s Survivors Fund

Squishy

As you know, due to restrictions related to the pandemic, Rosie Animal Adoption has had to scale back on all activities. We have only taken in emergent cases and cannot do any of our normal fundraising activities which are our lifeblood.

One such emergent case is Squishy. He is a 10 month old Labrador mix from up north. Hit by a car while playing with another dog, Squishy had two fractured back legs and multiple contusions. A kind soul paid for his flight to Montreal so that he could get medical help from Rosie, the DMV and Pierrefonds Animal Hospital (PAH).

Despite being unable to stand or walk and being in obvious pain, Squishy never attempted to bite or resist the kind souls who transported him and cared for him before and after the surgery which gave him plates and screws that will allow him to finish growing normally. Now he is the darling of PAH where they continue to help him regain his strength and walk and build muscle back in his legs.

Squishy will fully recover to live an active life, a life that would have ended so early, had it not been for our Rosie village. Rosie’s inability to say “No” to cases like these means Squishy is now on the road towards healthy legs and a long, loving family life.

Please consider donating to help with Squishy’s medical bills. As mentioned, we have no access to our usual fundraising routes in these times. We, as always, appreciate your support and so does Squishy!

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Epicure Fundraiser for Rosie Animal Adoption

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