Foxy Lady was found in the Casselberry area by a police officer.
FOSTER UPDATE: Foxy Lady is an amazing dog, to say the least. She is extremely afraid of the vacuum cleaner and any similar loud noises. We took her to Downtown Sanford last night and Foxy was very well-behaved; she loved to greet everyone that walked by with kisses and of course, sat by us and begged for food when we ate, but was not overbearing or rude about it. When we told her to lie down she did and gave us puppy dog eyes until we ordered her some chicken. She walks well on a leash if you tell her to 'Leave It'. She is obedient, loves to please, very food motivated, and knows her basic commands. Foxy is a fence jumper so needs to be watched when outside in a fenced in yard. She loves to go for walks! She has an obsession with frisbees and tennis balls and loves to play fetch (loves bones and you won’t see her until the bone has vanished). She will chase the ball for hours but will make your work for it to get the ball back until you ignore her then she’ll drop it for you. Foxy Lady is such a happy, sweet girl, and needs a great loving owner that will make sure she knows who’s boss. She likes kids and does well when they approach her but she is very strong - she may knock them right over when she plays so would need to go to a home with older children. Foxy is 50 pounds of pure muscle and thinks she is a little Yorkie - so be warned - she LOVES to cuddle and will try and get as close as she can when laying down or watching TV. Foxy is an awesome dog and if we could we would adopt her in a heartbeat! Don’t miss out on this amazing girl!
STAFF UPDATE: Foxy Lady sometimes gets to hang out in the office! She loves to greet visitors. She's been really good about not chewing on the furniture, and she doesn't take things off the desk. I moved the trash can outside, because she does like to take out the papers. But I think it's more of a game with her--I see that tail wagging! She is very friendly and loves to play, but again, she doesn't seem to realize how big and strong she is, so she can get a bit rough. She LOVES to play fetch, although trying to get the ball back from her to throw it again can be a challenge!
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