It seems like many in the Ark-La-Tex have been keeping an eye on Rosemary, cheering on her weight loss journey.

Rosemary the obese chihuahua has been on a crazy journey to find a home. The pudgy pooch caught the attention of the Shreveport-Bossier community because she's chasing those weight loss goals like Rocky Balboa is her life coach.

Rosemary may still be thicker than a snicker, but she's come a long way since we first found out about her.

At just 3 years of age her previous owners got her so overweight and then decided they didn't want her anymore, so they dropped her off to get euthanized at a local shelter.

Thankfully the staff at the shelter was determined to find her a home so they reached out to the Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana.

Rosemary is the heaviest chihuahua many in Rescue have ever seen. Rosemary weighed in at over 24 pounds. Keep in mind most chihuahuas weigh less than 6 pounds.

Remember when Rosemary went from 24 pounds to 17.4 pounds?

Ninna's Road to Rescue

Yes, we are celebrating this as a huge win, our little twinkie on legs won't be labeled as a chunky girl much longer.

Check out Rosemary's killer workouts below!

On Saturday, November 13th the Ark-La-Tex had a lot to celebrate, our girl Rosemary lost a total of 10 pounds, TEN POUNDS!

Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana

Once Rosemary gets to her target weight applications for her adoption will be open. If you want to jump in and donate and help keep the good work going that the Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana is doing just click here to donate.

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