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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Liverpool, NY, 13088
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
Ideal Home: Low key, one adult, maybe two; another dog may be okay pending meet & greet; fenced-in yard preferred, not required.

Favorite Things: Loves being with her people; Roxy is a big fan of car rides (and has great car etiquette!); loves her ""baby"" that she carries everywhere.

Roxy is a low-maintenance girl who keeps a very clean kennel and has low to medium energy. Her needs are straightforward and simple. Shes a homebody who knows what she wants, no guesswork needed. She loves to nap, isnt much of a walker but loves to ride in the car, loves her licky mats, loves her meals, loves the way her ""baby"" soothes her. But number 1 on the list of what Roxy loves first and foremost? This dear little low rider mixed breed adores her people. Just one or two people who she can count on, and she will devote herself utterly and with every fiber of her being. The bond is never to be broken, and she will partner with you for life. If youre interested in meeting Roxy, please contact HumaneCNY at (315) 457-8762.Contact HumaneCNY if interested in this animal. You can fill out application to adopt at the shelter.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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