Roxy von Rom is an adorable 3 month old German Shepherd mix who already weighs 20 pounds! (she might be pure but we cant guarantee it) Being fostered by one of our very best "moms," Roxy has mastered the use of pee pads and is learning to potty outside. Crate-trained at night time and playful during day time, this bouncing baby cherishes toys so much that occassionally she sneaks one away from the other dogs in residence, whom she enjoys romping with. Roxy follows her foster mom around and takes every opportunity to snuggle with her. She loves everyone she meets. This sweet girl somehow incurred nerve damage on the side of one paw which home therapy and a custom-made bootie are helping. Nothing deters this pup, however, from running with her pack, jumping on/off the sofa and otherwise prompting smiles from all her admirers. If you are one of those dog-lovers looking for a devoted companion whose antics will amuse you and your friends, you absolutely must meet Roxy!
Roxy von Rom is currently in a foster home receiving lots of love!
Puppies 5 months of age and under are not available for out of state adoption.
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Westside thanks you for looking at our amazing dogs and for choosing to save an animals life through rescue.
Dont forget to visit your local animal shelter as they are the source of many of our dogs.
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