Foxy is a Blue Heeler (Australian Shepherd) mix, with gorgeous black and white fur, large black ears, and a big bushy tail. She looks like a fox! As a Blue Heeler mix, she is quite intelligent and active. Foxy is still a puppy (less than one year old) and loves attention. She gets along well with other dogs and tolerates cats. Going to the dog park and on walks are her favorite activities. Because she learns quickly, she already knows how to sit and come and is learning how to fetch and stay.
Once Foxy she feels comfortable, she rolls over on her back, waiting for that belly rub. Ideally, she will go to a small, active family with older children. Foxy was rescued from the streets of TJ and is now in a loving foster home in the La Mesa area.
Foxy is spayed, has her rabies shots, and is a medium-sized dog weighing 35-40 pounds.
If you would like to meet Foxy or would like more information, please contact Jennifer at email@example.com or call 619.660.5067.
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