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My name is Roxie!
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Providing for Paws
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Facts about me

Breed
Pit Bull Terrier
Color
Tan/Yellow/Fawn - with White
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 50 lbs
Sex
Female
Pet ID

My info

Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Needs experienced adopter
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

*Foster or Forever home needed*
Roxie is a sweet girl who was born in June 2018. She is a pit mix and will need a patient person. She can be a shy girl and a little suspicious of new people and will need slow introductions with new people. She warms up quickly and once you're in, she wants all the pets and to show she's the best girl ever.

She would do best as an only animal but might do well with a male sibling.
She loves to run and play and can't get enough of her toys. This girl loves a good walk and to go exploring.

If you think that might be you, fill out an application:
http://providingforpaws.org/adoption-and-foster-forms.html
*Foster or Forever home needed*
Roxie is a sweet girl who was born in June 2018. She is a pit mix and will need a patient person. She can be a shy girl and a little suspicious of new people and will need slow introductions with new people. She warms up quickly and once you're in, she wants all the pets and to show she's the best girl ever.

She would do best as an only animal but might do well with a male sibling.
She loves to run and play and can't get enough of her toys. This girl loves a good walk and to go exploring.

If you think that might be you, fill out an application:
http://providingforpaws.org/adoption-and-foster-forms.html
Rescue

Providing for Paws

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Garden City, MI 48135

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Providing for Paws requires all applicants to complete an adoption application. Home and vet checks are conducted to ensure the animal is being placed in a home that will give the animal proper vetting and the home fits the animals needs. To complete a foster or adoption application for one our pets up for adoption, visit this link: http://www.providingforpaws.org/adoption-and-foster-forms.html Our Adoption Fees are as follows: $300 for Dogs seven months and older $325 for Puppies six months and younger $400 for Full Breeds any age $125 for Adult Cats $150 for Kittens All of our animals have been examined by a veterinarian and have a clean bill of health. If there are medical issues, Providing for Paws will go over those medical problems prior to adoption. Our adoption fees include spay/neuter, up to date on all vaccines, microchips and our feline friends have been FIV/FELV tested negative.
Providing for Paws requires all applicants to complete an adoption application. Home and vet checks are conducted to ensure the animal is being placed in a home that will give the animal proper vetting and the home fits the animals needs. To complete a foster or adoption application for one our pets up for adoption, visit this link: http://www.providingforpaws.org/adoption-and-foster-forms.html Our Adoption Fees are as follows: $300 for Dogs seven months and older $325 for Puppies six months and younger $400 for Full Breeds any age $125 for Adult Cats $150 for Kittens All of our animals have been examined by a veterinarian and have a clean bill of health. If there are medical issues, Providing for Paws will go over those medical problems prior to adoption. Our adoption fees include spay/neuter, up to date on all vaccines, microchips and our feline friends have been FIV/FELV tested negative.

Go meet their pets

Petsmart Northville Adoption Event 1st Saturday of each month 12 pm - 3 pm 17677 Haggerty Rd, Northville, Michigan 48168
Petsmart Northville Adoption Event 1st Saturday of each month 12 pm - 3 pm 17677 Haggerty Rd, Northville, Michigan 48168

More about this rescue

EDUCATE~SPAY OR NEUTER RESCUE~NURTURE & NOURISH​ OUR MISSION! Providing for Paws mission is to rescue neglected, abused and sick animals, or animals that have been displaced from their home. We frequently work in communities that have a high rate of stray animals such as Detroit. We are commonly in these areas and working to educate owners with animals in bad situations, where we often find strays that come to us very neglected or abused. Providing for Paws has several people asking if they can surrender their family pet(s) to us every day. We first ask to see if we can help the families keep their pets in the home by offering our services. When out on the road or when we are checking on an animal that might be in jeopardy, we always try to educate the owner(s) because we feel education is the key to reducing the number of animals that end up in rescues and shelters. If we can provide services to help keep the animal in that home while supporting and educating the owner on proper pet care, this will benefit both the animal and rescue organizations. If we feel the animal is being neglected by their owner after we try to educate them, we will ask the owner to surrender that animal to us or another rescue organization, for the greater good of the animal. Unfortunately, the need for rescue and shelter placement is much greater than the availability and typically outweighs the help we have to offer through rescue. Our goal is to someday have no more abused, neglected or displaced animals.
EDUCATE~SPAY OR NEUTER RESCUE~NURTURE & NOURISH​ OUR MISSION! Providing for Paws mission is to rescue neglected, abused and sick animals, or animals that have been displaced from their home. We frequently work in communities that have a high rate of stray animals such as Detroit. We are commonly in these areas and working to educate owners with animals in bad situations, where we often find strays that come to us very neglected or abused. Providing for Paws has several people asking if they can surrender their family pet(s) to us every day. We first ask to see if we can help the families keep their pets in the home by offering our services. When out on the road or when we are checking on an animal that might be in jeopardy, we always try to educate the owner(s) because we feel education is the key to reducing the number of animals that end up in rescues and shelters. If we can provide services to help keep the animal in that home while supporting and educating the owner on proper pet care, this will benefit both the animal and rescue organizations. If we feel the animal is being neglected by their owner after we try to educate them, we will ask the owner to surrender that animal to us or another rescue organization, for the greater good of the animal. Unfortunately, the need for rescue and shelter placement is much greater than the availability and typically outweighs the help we have to offer through rescue. Our goal is to someday have no more abused, neglected or displaced animals.