Roxy

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Age:2
Weight: 60
Location: Baltimore, MD

Good with other dogs?: Dog selective.
Good with cats? unknown, will not be adopted to a home with a cat
Good with children? OK for kids over: 12
Activity Preference: Low maintenance overall but needs quality outside time., other: Inside she’s very calm and can be a couch potato. She loves running free in the yard.
IQ: Smart
Roxy’s favorite things: People, Tennis balls,Belly rubs, giving kisses!
Roxy is good at: meeting people, behaving in the house, playing
Ideal home: no children, quiet environment, a fenced yard, other: a strong leader
Training Needs: socialization with dogs, leash training

Meet Roxy

Roxy absolutely loves life and herself. She is one of the happiest, wiggliest foster dogs ever. Her personality is spectacular and she will deeply love whoever her person is. She’s so fun to watch with her exuberance and play . She’ll make you laugh, she’ll make you wanna snuggle all the time, she’ll make you wanna stop in your tracks and tell her how adorable she is… she’s amazing.

She knows sit, stay, and paw and will stay right next to me in the yard if asked to. She’s extremely quiet in the house and doesn’t bother with counter surfing or getting into tempting things. She’s pretty good walking on the leash, especially when there are no distractions. She lovesĀ running free in the yard and her picky foster mom insists on a fenced yard for her. Off leash in an open space is not an option for her.

The best home for her would be one with some good activity opportunities, a fenced yard for running free in, and no other dogs or one very relaxed, tolerant dog. She’s a champ riding in the car and could make a good road trip companion. She love stuffies, and murdering stuffies. She’s happiest when she can expend some energy in the morning and evening. Whether that’s with a completely failed game of fetch (as you go fetch the ball that she jubilantly ran after then walked away from) or going for a brisk walk around the neighborhood.

With her being so adorbs and knowing she is, Roxy might think she gets to run the show. If allowed, she will call the shots. All it takes is a little consistent setting of boundaries for her to know you’re the pack leader, not her. She would do great with someone who bonds with her through walks and a training class. She does have a tendency to protect resources, including her people, so establishing your leadership is a must.

Roxy would love to be with another dog but it’s going to take a special relationship for that to happen and she’s definitely not a good candidate for dog parks. roxyroxyroxy roxy roxy roxy