This was fun! Your lead actress is hysterical with the dogs, and has some great comedic timing.
Since you have so few episodes, I'm just going to go one by one with comments.
-Though many of the jokes land, the fun writing and the solid performances suffer from the edit a bit- it drags its feet and undercuts a lot of the great stuff happening. A tighter edit would make things flow much more smoothly.
- While I understand why the intro with the "cat person" is important in establishing Rosie's sexuality, love of dogs, and "no seriously, she loves dogs", I think it goes on a bit long. The episode really picks up the pace once it actually starts dealing with the tree-climbing pup, and that's kind of the premise of the episode, so I'd want to get to that sooner. The date scene could have been a full minute shorter, probably.
-The audio levels are very inconsistent- I know audio is an area where a lot of shows struggle (mine too!) but at least trying to make lines and music consistent will help a lot. It might not be the best sound, but the viewer shouldn't have to change the volume every other line to hear what's happening or not get their eardrums blasted.
-The love interest kind of appears out of nowhere. Did they keep in contact after episode 1? How did she find Rosie at that park? When she shows up again, it seems random, and I'm left feeling like I missed something between episodes.
-There's a bit of a confusing balance between the dog adoption and the rom com story lines- they seem to be in competition rather than complimenting each other. It feels like those two plot lines are in two different shows, both fun, but not complimentary, especially with names of the dogs and adopters thrown in without much context.
-A lot of great cuts and shots in this scene. Definitely a tighter edit. Like, her running down the street- I LOL'd
-I still don't know anything about the two girls, other than our lead is a dog lover and lesbian and the love interest is a dog lover and lesbian. I have no particularly strong feelings about them or their relationship because they're just props who say things to each other, rather than characters with wants and needs who are active participants in the story. They just don't DO anything, not really. So I'm left with a fun skeleton but no real meat, if that metaphor makes sense and isn't too gross.
I think my final thoughts on this show are: cute writing, concept, and acting, a lot of really fun moments, but I'm left wanting with the story and character development.