This dog has found a new home and is no longer looking.

Bob and Rosie (National Animal Welfare Trust, Berkshire)

If you are thinking about adopting a pair of dogs, you might want to read our article Are Two Oldies Better than One?

Rosie (left) and Bob (right)

24/3/13 Bob and Rosie have gone to their new home!


These two little cuties are Bob and Rosie and they are 13 year old Terrier crosses who have sadly come into rescue with National Animal Welfare Trust in Berkshire due to their owner passing away. Both dogs have some Yorkshire Terrier in them and Bob probably has a bit of Westie in there as well.

Both dogs are very friendly and Bob in particular likes to get up for cuddles while Rosie’s favourite thing in the world is to play fetch. She will seek out a ball wherever she is and will play all day if you let her! They also love going for walks and get so excited that they do pull a bit at the beginning. Bob and Rosie settled at NAWT very quickly and they like to make everyone feel welcome.

This adorable pair could share their new home with another dog as long as they get to meet any future canine companions first to make sure they get along. Bob and Rosie are very much a pair and would prefer to be homed together, so any other dog would need to cope with both of them. They cannot live with cats as they are much too tempting to chase!

Rosie and Bob can live with older children, especially if they will indulge them with lots of cuddles and games of fetch. They are happy when left for short periods, but cannot be left too long as they are not used to it and are a bit set in their ways.

This adorable pair really hope to find a home with room for two little ones on their sofa and in their garden.

Can Bob and Rosie come and live with you? If so, please contact NAWT as follows:

Tel: 01488 638584

Please mention that you saw Rosie and Bob on the Oldies Club website.

Rehomed This dog has found a new home and is no longer looking.