Roxie 8 year old female Crossbreed





Roxie is a 8 year old female crossbreed who is looking for her forever home. Roxie is neutered, vaccinated and is micro-chipped. Roxie is currently in Leeds kennels and has been fine with dogs she has met and is great on walks. Roxie is fully house-trained. Roxie would suit an experienced adult home. Homechecks in progress, click details for updates.

Roxie’s Assessment
● Roxie is neutered, has been microchipped and is vaccinated
● Roxie has no known health issues
● Roxie would suit a home where someone is around most of the day
● Roxie will be pleased to see you when you get home, may jump up to greet you, wag her tail and cry
● Roxie will love to follow you around the home and is calm and relaxed around the home
● Roxie barks at first and then wags her tail at people at the front door
● Roxie is well-behaved and sits while she is waiting for her food until told she can have it
● Roxie is normally fed twice a day, once in the morning and at night, she eats Butchers meatloaf and Bonio biscuits
● Roxie is fully house trained
● Roxie has not had formal obedience training but knows sit, stay, leave it, paw and recall (off the lead)
● Roxie sometimes pulls on the lead
● Roxie has been fine with other dogs she has met in kennels
● Roxie has been fine with cyclists, other dogs and people walking by her on walks
● Roxie has been around children from the ages of 9 months to 13 years old but has not lived with them before so would suit an adult home
● Roxie has not lived with other animals before
● Roxie has been reactive towards another dog before

FAQS
● This dog is located in kennels in Leeds, West Yorkshire

Application Status: Homechecks in Progress

Applications are in progress for this dog.

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