Rose Tyler, STAR # 1764
Rose Tyler was adopted by the Yount Family. She was an owner release at no fault of her own and has found a loving family to call her own including her new BFF, human buddy, Rylie. Lots of activity is on the agenda with trips to the park, golf course, and walks. This family did a lot of research on the Aussie breed and wanted smart, medium-sized dog and we know that Rosie is the perfect match. Welcome to the STAR Alumni family.
Rose Tyler was an owner release when her owner was no longer able to care for her due to a disability. She’s a sweet girl who loves playing with the fur crew in her foster home. Velcro Aussie – you’ll never go anywhere alone in your house again! She’s got lots of energy, smart, and fast – but does know how to settle. She would be a great agility or flyball dog – she runs fast and low. She would do really well with another playmate. She barks at first if she does not know you – but warms up quickly, especially if a treat is involved. She is silly, goofy, and loving – always smiling. She is a quick learner and does need a home where she will get lots of exercise and enrichment. She’s got all her basic manners down but needs work on the leash as “everything is so interesting”!
Rose is a black tri female that is three years old and weighs approx. 40 lbs. She is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. She is housebroken and crate trained. Her foster home is in Austin. If you are interested in meeting Rose, please select “Adopt” on our website, read about our program, and submit an application.
Rose Tyler is a three year old black tri female.. She weighs approx. 35 lbs. Rose has come to STAR because her owner is disabled and unable to provide for her.. She will be vetted and evaluated in Schertz.. and should be available for adoption the first week in September.
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