I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, not good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Roxie is a very special dog. She came to us from South Korea after escaping from a meat farm during the torture process. She was found collapsed on the side of a highway, thankfully by someone that rushed her to the vet to be helped. She had a broken leg from being hit by a 'blunt object' and there were some open wounds on her head, but she was going to recover.
Roxie is a Korean Jindo and is a very beautiful girl. She is adding on weight and filling in wonderfully and is learning to play and enjoy life. She is fostered with 3 other dogs, and they are teaching her what a dog's life is all about. She is very nervous when first meeting her, but she does warm up and now behaves perfectly normal in her foster home.
We will only consider a home where her people are willing to continue working with her, showing her how life can be, and letting her build on her confidence. This is a process that shouldn't be rushed, but is also the most rewarding experience ever.
Roxie is incredibly brave, and very lucky to have escaped what many do not in a country where some do not consider a dogs life or well being of any consequence, and we also consider ourselves lucky and are very honoured to be charged with finding her the perfect forever home.
Her perfect home would be with adults, another dog would be great, a fenced yard is a must, because many of these South Korean rescues are very nervous about ropes and strings, and understandably so. We'd love a home where she can show her people just how amazing and loving and smart she is. She does seem to prefer females.
If you are interested in meeting Roxie, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for an application. Or you can find our application on our website www.angelarmsrescue.com . Roxie's adoption fee is $350. Once we have an approved application, we can set up the meet and greet. All of our animals are in loving foster homes, not a shelter, so an appointment must be made with the foster home. Thank you for understanding.