The charity added: “Rosie will react at passing traffic so will need to be walked away from roads and although she’s very eager to get in the car she is easily stressed when travelling.
“She will make a wonderful addition to the right home, who can look past her disability and see the active and playful side of her but also the sensitive girl that does need reassurance in a noisy world.
“Rosie is wary of new people and does need to be gently introduced to them but with the help of a few treats it doesn’t take her long to get used to a new person, once she knows you she is very affectionate but does prefer not to be picked up.”
As reported by WalesOnline, the pooch can only go to homes with children aged 14 and over, and no living alongside small animals such as cats and hamsters due to a high prey drive.
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