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Dogs for Adoption

Rosie Animal Adoption finds homes for dogs through our Foster Care and Adoption Care programs. Medical care, spaying and neutering and basic necessities such as cage and dog food are provided to the foster family by Rosie Animal Adoption. Shelter, kindness and compassion are provided by dedicated foster families.

Ebony is Available for Adoption

Ebony is a 4 years old Female Shetland mix

Ebony is a 3-4 year old sheltiex that arrived in Canada from the South Korean meat farms last winter. Even though she has been here for about 1 year, that is... Continue Reading

Champion is Reserved

Champion is a 6-1/2 years old Male Cocker spaniel

Champion is a 6 yr old male Cocker who arrived at Rosie over a month ago from a commercial breeder. He arrived very shy - stayed in back of his cage and... Continue Reading

Armando is Not Yet Available

Armando is a 5 months old Male Chihuahua

Armando is adorable tiny 5 month old male Chihuahua puppy. His family could not keep him. He is super social with people, dogs and cats. He is learning to... Continue Reading

Jurney is Available for Adoption

Jurney is a 1 year old Female Labrador nix

Hello my name is Jurney. I am a one year old female golden Labrador, husky and ??? mix from northern Quebec.

I was found cold and starving and... Continue Reading

Ember is Reserved

Ember is a 2 month old DOB: Nov 20,2019 Male shepherd mix

Little Ember flew from the far North in hopes to find a loving home in the South. He has been vetted and dewormed. He still needs to be neutered by... Continue Reading

Peeka is Available for Adoption

Peeka is a 4 years old Female Peke-Pom mix

Peeka is a real sweetheart! She's about 4 years old so she's past the "puppy" stage but she still is very playful and affectionate. Peeka is a nice and... Continue Reading

Rosie’s Survivors Fund


On Valentine’s day, we received a prognosis on Gerard, the 4 month Newfoundlander mix. Since Gerard arrived at Rosie he has been dribbling urine. Gerard being only 4 months old needs a chance at living a full life! After consultation with Dr Javard, DMV, it was found that Gerard has a sac like in his Urethra which fills with urine. Very uncommon, only 1 paper has been written on this condition. Our choice on Valentines day was - euthanise Gerard or fix him. We choose to give him a chance at life. On Tuesday, he will undergo surgery at DMV to repair his Urethra. We are all hoping that this surgery will be successful! But we need you in order to save Gerard! Pls consider donating to help Gerard heal on this cold Valentines day!

If Gerard could thank you personally he would! Donations are our only way to fix our dogs and allow them to live! We want Gerard to be a Rosie survivor!!