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Quick Bio

Age: Puppy (under 1 year)
Gender: Female
Breed: Mix
Size: Small (under 7kg)
Colour: White
  • Good with kids
  • Good with dogs
  • House trained
  • Walks well on leash
Adoption Status: Adopted

Rose is one of a litter of four who lost their mom when she was hit by a car. The following description is for Rose only, as the others (Donna, Marty, and Doctor) all have separate profiles.

July 6, 2014:
Rose is growing up beautifully with her sister, Jerri! See new pics.

March 11, 2014:
From Rose's new family (and Doctor's, too!): " They are doing wonderful and getting so big. They go to the vet for their regular check-ups. They love walking on a leash. Both are still extremely energetic. Completely potty trained, and have learned all the basic commands and to immediately sit when we enter an elevator. They love the rides in the car and greeting people. Rosie and Jerri (Doctor) get lots of treats and a whole bunch of love."

January 1, 2014:
"Rose is still small but full of energy. She's more playful and loves attacking Doctor (her sister) or her toys. She definitely needs more potty training, but she will learn fast, I'm sure. Overall, both Rose and Doctor are really lively, affectionate, and fun! They will bring a lot of joy to their future family. They are also good with cats (we have two)!" - Rose's foster mom

Rose loves playing with Doctor and wrestling, but she also likes to chew (bones, toilet paper rolls, toys, my pants, etc). She is full of energy but she takes several naps during the day once she's worn out of playing.

December 21:
Rose (along with her sister Doctor) moved into her new foster home this weekend! Her new foster mum is caring for the little darlings, and said they are settling in well!

November 30:
Rose will be due for her first round of general vaccinations when she is 8 weeks old (currently 5 weeks), and can be fostered/adopted separately from her siblings at that time.

From the pups' (current) absolutely wonderful foster mom -- "Rose is waking up more these days because as the littlest, she pretty much eats and passes out." Sounds like the perfect pup!

As previously stated, Rosie is the littlest of her siblings, but just as sweet, and cuddly, and spunky as the rest. She's holding her own amongst the crowd! She and her sister Donna look quite a bit alike, but Rose has a darker spotted nose and mouth than Donna.

Rose and the other pups only get breakfast and dinner from the bottle. During the day, they eat and drink on their own, and have recently been taking to a few pellets in their milk. With no hesitation! They are doing really well with knowing when to go to the pee pad, even if they're outside their pen boppin' around.

November 23:
Rose, along with her siblings, visited the vet today (11/23) and he was impressed with how healthy they all are given their circumstances (born to a mother who was a stray). The vet tested a stool sample from one of the pups which was negative for worms and parasites. In approximately 3 weeks the pups will need to have their vaccinations.

Anyone interested in fostering or adopting Rose will need to fill out an application first. Found here: ***((Even if you want to just VISIT the dogs, an application needs to be filled out and approved first))*** This gentle girl deserves the absolute best! Please send your application to [email protected].

Adoption Fee: ₩100,000
Location: Seoul - 서울
Living Situation: With owners


megs's picture

What a cutie!

Kuragari91's picture

Why is she special needs? And what breed is she? She's SO cute!

swi1818's picture

I listed the four Doctor Who puppies as special needs due to the fact that, sadly, their mother was hit by a car and died soon after the puppies were born, so they needed to be bottle-fed, and looked after closely. Especially Rose, given her tiny size. But she and her siblings are all doing fantastic now! Strong and healthy.

Because we were never able to see the mother, it's hard to know exactly what their breed is (though it's definitely mixed), and how big they will be. If I had to guess, I'd say they will grow into medium sized dogs.

DamonRiddle's picture

She needs a foster home? How old is she now? And how big do you think she will get? I might be able to foster her. I have a 14 month old Jindo (which I own) and I'm fostering 2 kittens as well. My dog is fixed so there's no worries about being opposite gender either. Let me know if you're still looking, maybe I can help!

swi1818's picture

Yes, we are still accepting applications for fostering little Rosie. Please send an application to [email protected]

Rose is about 3 months old now, and we are uncertain how big the pups will be fully grown. We never saw their mother, but by the looks of it, they will probably be medium-sized dogs.