Just yesterday, (10/31/2013) Florida Weekly published an article to help share Hansa Rose’s story with Southwest Florida in hope of finding Hansa Rose her forver home.
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Wanted: A home for Hansa Rose
Hansa Rose has been in foster care with Brooke’s Legacy Animal Rescue for almost two years. She’s been a favorite canine in the animal-assisted play therapy program at PACE Center for Girls-Collier at Immokalee, but now she’s ready for a permanent place.
Karen Hill of Brooke’s Legacy suspects Hansa Rose was a “bait dog,” one that is chained or otherwise confined and set against another dog for sport. The right side of her face doesn’t match the left (the right eye is there, but it’s set way back), and she has very few teeth. Ms. Hill estimates the lovable boxer/Labrador mix is about 3 years old. She has been spayed.
Whatever mistreatment she suffered in the past has not damaged Hansa Rose’s disposition, however, she loves people and is OK with cats (other dogs tend to upset her).
Brooke’s Legacy thanks Ark Naturals Products for Pets for sponsoring the effort to place Hansa Rose in a permanent home. For more information call: (239) 434-7480 or e-mail Admin@BrookesLegacyAnimalRescue.org or visit www.brookeslegacyanimalrescue.com