ROXY

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Roxy 18-month-old female yellow Lab mix 61 lbs Not yet spayed



Background: Roxy was found as a stray in Oakland, and we pulled her out of the local shelter. She has been in a Lab Rescue foster home for several weeks now and is doing great. The shelter felt she was between 1- and 4-years-old -- we think she is on the younger side.

What Roxy's Foster Says:Roxy is a sweet, energetic young girl. She loves to be outside. She sleeps well in a crate at night,and has been left in the house to run brief errands. She loves chew toys -- make sure you get the indestructible ones! Roxy will be a great addition to a family with older children, she gets rambunctious around younger children as she is young too. She is currently in a home with no other animals, but with her sweet temperament, I think she would fit in well with other animals. Roxy can be quite jumpy and rambunctious when she gets excited. Tends to pull on leash too.

What Daisy's Rescue Rep Says: Roxy is a lovely yellow lab mix. Not clear what other breeds might in in there but she is pretty darn Labby. She is great with other dogs. Overall Roxy is a lovely young lab mix. Very sweet, but she can be a bit jumpy and rowdy. No idea how Roxy is with cats. Not for anyone unsteady on their feet due to her strength and exuberance.

Medical: In fine health. Current on vaccinations, heartworm negative and microchipped. Will be spayed real soon.

Located in: El Sobrante.

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