When Rosie came to us, it was clear to see by her teats she had been used for breeding. She came from a home where she lived with an un-neutered male so was at risk of having another litter. Rosie was also becoming increasing less tolerant of the male she lived with – so we stepped in and gave Rosie a space in our East Yorkshire centre.

When Rosie was in our care she was really loving and very sweet natured. She was not particularly tolerant around dogs because of her previous life, but with the teams amazing work she became a lot more confident around them again and was able to meet new dogs on walks with no fuss.

Rosie struggled to get interest whilst in the centre, whilst we could see her wonderful personality it did not shine in the rescue centre setting, so we moved Rosie into foster care with one of our brilliant foster families. They said they thought she was absolutely brilliant but a terrible guard dog as she just loved everyone that came to the house! After being in foster for just 1 week, she was adopted into a wonderful family and we couldn't be happier with the match!