Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Picture of Rosie, a female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

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Age: 17 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Rosie

Farkle Face, Rowdaleedee, Snicklefrizzel, Monkey Butt, Stinky Butts, Mommie Rose, Row Boat, Mommie Rosebud,, poopy girl, and Rose Marie

Quick Bio:

tummy rubs, blowing bubbles on her belley, a good scratch behind the ears, going bye bye, runs in her yard and walks at the park, rawhide chew sticks (peanut butter flavor of course) playing tug-0-war and chasing her tennis ball

scooters, skateboards, lawnmowers, weed-eaters, the vaccuum, any power equiment, breed specific laws

Favorite Toy:
her rescue dog with all the stuffins out, and her tennis ball

Favorite Food:
apples, peanuts, lamb, chicken and roast beef with gravy, bananas and a bite of most anything Mom has

Favorite Walk:
At the old city cemetery

Arrival Story:
Rosie was born the runt of her litter, she was smaller and weaker than her siblings. Rosie was a gift to me from my son, Eric. She was six weeks old when she came home to live with me. Rosie came to me during a difficult time in my life, I had just lost my boxer, Rockie, six months before at the age of eight years. Rosie helped to fill that hole in my heart. We needed each other and the rest is history!

My name is Rosie. My Mommy loves me very much too, as your human beans do you and she spoils me rotten too. Just before I started writing you this letter, she brought me my favorite rawhide chew sticks from Petsmart. I've been with my Mommy for about 4 1/2 years now. I was just a young whipper snapper when I found my Mommy, just six weeks old; I just jumped into her heart. We have been hanging out together ever since. I was smaller than all my brothers and sisters and I really needed a good Mommy, so I'm glad I jumped into her heart, shhhh, keep this to yourself, ya see she doesn't know it, but she jumped into my heart too. We have a wonderful admiration society, just hanging out and enjoying life together. The thing I really don't like is when Mommy has to go to work and I can't go, that really gets my dander up. I pout and go into my kennel and won't give her kisses goodbye when she asks me . But when Mommy comes home for lunch, I always greet her at the door and bring her a gift of some kind. Sometimes I bring her my rawhide chew bone and offer to share it with her. The other thing I really don't like is when Mommy's Gardner comes to mow our grass. I bark and storm through the house like the storm troopers in the Star Wars movies. I snarl and gnash my teeth. After all, he unlocks my Mommy's gate and comes in without her permission and then starts that awful machine and runs all over my yard with it. I wish I could get that noisy machine and that Gardner too. I would really teach them a lesson to come in my Mommy's gate without her permission and run all over my yard with that noisy machine. Oh, yes there's one more thing that really gets on my last canine nerve and that's some really pesky little humans that come by my yard and tease me and ride their scooters and skateboards, that really drives me nuts. I chase them all around my fence and bark and tell them to go ride those confounded contraptions somewhere else besides by my yard. After all, my Mommy pays money to that Gardner that comes every week, and those little humans on those scooters and skateboards make me chase them around my fence and well, sometimes they make me mess up Mommy's yard. That makes my Mommy sad and I always try to keep her happy. My favorite time is when Mommy and I go night, night, in the big bed. I crawl under the covers with her and snuggle up and put my head on the pillow beside her. It's been swell chattin with ya, now you know a little bout me and my Mommy. Mommy said to send you my website, you know how these human beans are they're so proud of us. She even put all kinds of pictures on it of me and those little human beans that visit here on the weekends. They call her Nana, I can't figure out why they can't get her name right. Oh well, that's little human beans for ya. I love them too. We go outside and run and play catch the tennis ball. Write me back if you can get your human bean off the computer okay and tell me your stories and all about your human beans. I love making new friends, ttfn (ta ta for now).

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 10th 2004 More than 12 years!

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