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.A super active, very affectionate family dog, Roxie gets along with everyone, is very friendly, will give you kisses and loves to snuggle. She even knows commands! This adorable puppy is fantastic around other dogs of all sizes. Roxie has no food aggression and shares toys ( which makes her a great dog for kids preferably over 10) . She coexists well with her foster’s cat, as her foster writes: “Roxie and our cat are easy in each other's company, walk by each other, etc. without any issues. Roxie needs a very active family. She is a high energy puppy! Her adopter must experienced with active large breed or active herding dogs, she is already 50 pounds at age 6 months and could easily be 70 pounds. Roxie is housetrained and walks well on an Easy Walk no pull leash but would benefit from training since she doesn’t know her size and strength. Her foster writes: “"Roxie is the sweetest puppy with a lot of energy! She loves to run and play all day. She is a total love bug, always giving kisses and enjoys curling up in your lap or right next to you. Her ideal home would be with an individual or family that is extremely active and can dedicate a lot of time and energy into keeping her physically and mentally stimulated. Roxie is happiest when a contributing family member and would not be happy sitting on the couch all the time or in a home where there are not people or other animals around constantly to socialize with.
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