• Lurcher
  • Female
  • Needs to be an only dog

Rosie is a female lurcher, and is about 4 years old. Rosie is an active and intelligent girl who would really enjoy further training when she goes to her new home. She would prefer to be the only pet for now, but does enjoy the company of other dogs and loves going for walks with her doggie friends.

Rosie comes across as a very confident girl, but can be a little unsure in busy situations with lots of other dogs around her, so would benefit from walking in quiet areas whilst she gains confidence. Rosie is affectionate and loves human company, and she will do anything for a treat!


Ideally she would prefer not to be left for long periods at least to begin with, until she can learn that her new family always come back home. Rosie doesn’t know much about living in a house yet, so she will need understanding owners who will give her time to settle in. She is a really sweet and fun little dog who can’t wait to have a family of her own.

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The Homing Journey

1 Pre-homing visit

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