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Introducing Rosie . . . a deaf girl looking for love
NC, SC or VA Foster Needed – Friends of Eden Animal Rescue is looking for a foster home for this 2-year-old, deaf, female.
We are a 501c3 and provide food, toys, bed, crate, collar, leash - and medical care. Foster parents are asked to provide regular exercise and love.
Please email Friends if you can help: ... [email protected]
Rosie is also available for adoption: Rosie is a beautiful 2-year-old Heinz 57 who is deaf. She is learning sign language which is basically a hand signal for each command.
She is anxious. We believe that because her previous owners were unaware of her hearing impairment that she may have been physically disciplined – leading to her fear of new people. She requires gradual introduction to everyone – human or canine. She is heartworm negative, is house broken and crate trained. She is currently living at rescue site.
Due to the inability to hear, she must be on leash at all times outside. No off leash exploring for Rosie. Once Rosie trusts you, she is a normal, affectionate, happy girl who would love to have a home of her own with patient and understanding people.
Please email us at [email protected]
, if you can help