Rosie is a beautiful 2-year-old sweetheart from Kentucky. She’s got a lot of energy, and if she can’t have a fenced yard, she would need at least one long walk per day. She is super playful and loves other dogs, but due to her size, strength and energy levels, a family with young children probably wouldn’t be a good fit.
My favorite excerpt from her adoption page reads:
Rosie likes people of all shapes and sizes. She met one of her foster’s neighbors one day. He patted her and told her she was pretty, and she now stops in front of his house every day waiting for him to come outside to say hi. When walking past a local middle school, she always shows curious but polite interest in the kids.
For Rosie’s adoption information, go here.
About this project
For the next month, I’ll feature photos on my blog, my instagram and my facebook feeds that focus on dogs who need homes. These are dogs currently in foster homes, waiting for their forever family. They are amazing pups who will melt your hearts — some are hard to adopt because they are pit bull mixes (the sweetest dogs ever who cannot help their strength) or they have lived on the streets for a long time and are covered in scars or they might be blind or deaf (or both). Some are simply hard to get adopted because they are black, which is the dumbest reason ever. But each dog that has come into my studio in the last few weeks for photos has had a warm heart and wanted nothing more than love. Wouldn’t it be great if one of you could provide that? I hope so. To see all the dogs featured so far, look here. Also, special shout out to Lucy & Co. for donating all of the amazing bandanas!