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My name is Roxy Girl!

German Shepherd Dog/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Hagerstown, Maryland - Roxy Girl
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Goofy Foot Rescue - Hagerstown, MD

Facts about Roxy Girl

  • Breed: German Shepherd Dog/Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate - With Black
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Roxy Girl spent a good part of her life chained up outside. Due to the level of neglect, Roxy was removed from the home. When we took Roxy into our program, we quickly realized she was pregnant. She gave birth to EIGHT babies right before Christmas and she was such a wonderful mother!! But now that her puppies are weaned, she can finally catch a break and enjoy life!! Roxy is only about 1.5 years old. She weighs around 45 pounds. This girl is SOOO sweet and affectionate... and she is good with other dogs her size or larger and loves to play! Roxy does fairly well on a leash, although she does tend to pull at times when she gets excited. She would love to go to an active family!

If you are interested in adding Roxy Girl to your family, please go to www.goofyfootrescue.org to complete an online adoption application. She is currently being fostered in west Tennessee. She will be transported once her adoption is finalized. Transport runs to the following cities: Harrisonburg, VA; Hagerstown, MD; Harrisburg, PA; Allentown, PA; Bedminster, NJ; Southington, CT; Willington, CT.

About Goofy Foot Rescue - Hagerstown, MD

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a foster based rescue out of West Tennessee. A surfing term like "goofy foot" in West TN? We are California transplants! Goofy foot means surfing "with your right foot forward"....and we strive to always put the right foot forward in all we do!

We moved to TN from CA 10 years ago and immediately began "rescuing", although we didn't know that's what we were doing. We just knew that stray dogs kept finding us and we would do whatever was necessary to get them vetted and into wonderful, loving homes. We soon ran out of relatives and friends to beg to take a dog so we began branching out. We soon realized that even though we have a massive overpopulation problem here in the south, the eastern states actually have a bit of a shortage of dogs in a rescue setting....so we began adopting our Southern Beauties out to the northeast!

When you adopt a dog from Goofy Foot they come to you fully vetted. Fully vetted means they've been to the vet, had age appropriate shots (2 sets if the dog is a puppy), rabies vaccine if over 12 weeks, fecal, deworming, heartworm test if over 6 months, spay or neuter, grooming, flea/tick/heartworm prevention is current and any other vetting that the dog may require. Our low adoption fee of $425 covers all of this vetting AND transportation to you! Adoptions in the state of TN that do not require professional transportation are $225.

Goofy Foot Dog Rescue consists of a husband, wife and two daughters along with several wonderful fosters that offer their homes and hearts to these dogs as a temporary stop on their way to their forever homes. We are grateful for our fosters, supporters and adopters and we couldn't do this without all of you!

Our Adoption Process...

Our dogs are fostered in West TN and are transported once their adoption is finalized.

The adoption fee is $425 which includes all age appropriate vaccines, deworming, spay or neuter, flea/tick/heartworm prevention will be current, heartworm test if over 6 months old, microchip, grooming and transportation to your area.

All applicants must fill out an application at www.goofyfootrescue.org