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At A Glance
Happy Spring to my friend! Love, Milo 12-067
|In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:|
|Entered Foster Care||Fence||Kid Friendly||Another Dog||Cat Friendly|
|11/21/2013|| Not required||Yes||Optional||Yes|
|This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.|
Please welcome Roxy to RAGOM! Roxy is a 3- to 4-month-old Yellow Lab. Roxy was found as a stray and was very thin, had a black tar-like substance on her, and had an injured front leg. An X-ray showed she had a chipped ulna and there was a possibility it could be at a growth plate. Roxy lived with the loving family who found her for a couple months and they unselfishly surrendered Roxy to RAGOM because they wanted to see her go to a family who was home more than they were. It is obvious they loved her dearly.
Roxy rides very well in the car.
Roxy has been in our care for just over a week. She is a sweetheart and definitely is all puppy! Roxy already knows how to play fetch, sit, and knows the word “no” and “off.” She is not potty trained yet, but is starting to go to the door sometimes to let us know she has to go outside. Roxy met our resident male dog, our young male foster dog, and our cat without any problems. She has been great around our kids and only does the occasional normal puppy mouthing to them when they are playing together. When they tell her to stop, she does. Roxy does like to chew on things such as wood chairs and carry around an occasional shoe. She will drop something when told and also has great recall. Roxy always comes running when she hears, “Come here, Roxy!” She is so smart!
Roxy likes to sleep with her stuffed buddies, including Elmo and Yoda!
Roxy is all UTD on vaccinations and no problems were discovered at her vet visit, except for her injured leg. Roxy can currently run and play full speed and only a couple of times have we seen her limp or favor that leg. She will be spayed in the next couple of weeks and her leg will be re-evaluated. After that, we will know more about her leg injury and if anything further needs to be done.