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This very sweet but very shy 2 year old girl is 75 pounds of LOVE!
We rescued Roxie from the East Valley Shelter when her owners lost their housing. She lived with children and another medium sized dog but our guess is that she was not socialized much outside of the home. She desperately wants to be a part of someone's family again.
This beautiful long legged Labrador/Boxer mix would do best with someone experienced with large dogs and not a first time dog owner. Roxie is strong and active and like all dogs would benefit from some obedience training. Even though she’s friendly with all ages of people she would not be a good match for very young children or senior citizens because she could knock them over. She is housebroken in her foster home and very good in her crate. She needs someone who has a little patience to work with her and build her confidence. She’s a flower waiting to bloom!
Roxie has a sweet and loyal temperament. She’s shy meeting new people but once she has bonded with you will have her heart and unconditional love FURever.
Roxie will do best in a home with a secure yard, some room to run around and someone who’s not gone for long periods of time.
Roxie has been spayed, microchipped, and is current on vaccinations. Can you open your heart and home to this special girl?
INTERESTED IN ADOPTING?
PLEASE FILL OUT AN ADOPTION APPLICATION ON OUR WEBSITE: www.therescuetrain.org
APPLICANT MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OLD
APPLICANT MUST LIVE IN THE LOS ANGELES AREA
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