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    Default Rosie - turns 14 in August

    Can't figure out how to upload photos, so here's a link!

    My girl Rosie on a 2-hour beach walk today Bred on a puppy farm, first owners bought her from a pet shop and got rid at 18 months when they got a new puppy; she then spent several years with an elderly woman, being fed to within an inch of her life and unable to manage a proper walk. I got her at age 7...she'll be 14 in early August.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/41509412@N02/14022412288/
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    Rosie is looking good. I love hearing about cavs that live long lives and I love the beach photos. Her lab friend is very handsome too!
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    Thanks Ozzie's a Lab x Golden Retriever...character-wise he's a real Goldie, lovely boy but rather dopey, Rosie is definitely the brains of the outfit!! Longest walk Rosie's been on for a while due to a foot infection and a reshuffling of medication, but I'd say after today that we're definitely getting there, a lovely day and very positive progress with her

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    She looks fantistic. Happy Early Birthday Rosie!
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    Rosie is looking really good, shows what a good life she has with you.

    Having a 14 years old myself, I know how special they are.
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    From a rough start to a perfect life! It is so encouraging to see a dog in good health at that age. Thanks
    Chuck, Cooper and Nina
    Shelter dogs aren't broken. They've simply experienced more life than other dogs. If they were human, we would call them wise. They would be the ones with tales to tell and stories to write. Do not pity a shelter dog. Adopt one.

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