Rosie's Story

June 2015 -- November 2016

Rosie Girl was rescued from the Baldwin Park/Los Angeles county animal shelter in 2015 and she has come a long way since then. She was 50 pounds when we first saved her and she is down to 29 pounds now. Rosie is house trained, affectionate and a little foodie so whomever adopts her must be vigilant with her calorie control and exercise plan!

Rosie needs time when she meets new dogs. She does not like pushy dogs who shove their noses in her face. So dog parks would make her feel uncomfortable. Rosie needs an adopter who is dog savvy and confident and knows how to handle her when other dogs come walking down the street.

The video below is our most recent one, and look how much weight shes lost from the video to the right---> She is lookin' good and looking for her forever home. If you are the perfect match for our Rosie, please click the Adopt buttonto start the application process!

Update -- September 2016

Rosie got a package in the mail! What was in it? TOYS! Thank you to our amazing supporter Peri who mailed our foster dogs toys while they wait for their forever homes!

 I think she likes them.. :-D

I think she likes them.. :-D

Updated -- November 2016 -- Rosie's Been Adopted!!

Rosie has finally found her forever home! We are super excited because we found the perfect family to help Rosie with her diet and exercise!

Thank you to everyone who followed Rosie's journey, and especially to those who donated and shared! Rosie will have a beautiful home and family to grow with and we could not be happier!

- Camp Cocker Rescue

Or if you cannot adopt at this time, please consider sponsoring Rosie to help cover her foster home costs such as food and grooming.