Contact email@example.com if interested in meeting Roxy!
10 things to know about this cute adoptable pup Roxy:
-Shes 14 so shes past the chewing annoying puppy stage.
-Shes small (9lbs) so she fits perfectly on your lap or next to you when youre watching TV.
-She is dog friendly and currently in foster care with three other small dogs.
-She just had surgery to remove some mammary tumors and they were benign so she is cancer-free!
-She will look at you like youre the best thing on the planet even if youre having a bad hair day.
-She likes to kiss.
-She will bark to let you know she has to go out for a pee.
-Shes not a high energy dog and enjoys napping.
-She is a happy girl and her tail is always waggin’.
- Roxy will follow you all over the house.
Other things to know about Roxy :
-She cannot go down steps but she can go up steps so you have to keep an eye on her.
-Her eyes dont work like they used to but her hearing is great.
- She was itchy when she got to her foster home so shes eating salmon dog food and staying away from any chicken products .
How we met: A small dog was found alone on Philly- a kind person took her to the shelter. The shelter gave her an exam, inoculations, and a name- Chula. They had her down as 8 years old. Delco Dawgs saw her picture and pulled her into their rescue’s care while looking for a foster family. Chula came to our house as our newest foster dog. We hated that name so started calling her Hula. Our friend called the vet’s office on Hula’s dog license and found out some big news- Hula was really Roxy and she was 14 years old!
Roxy is spayed and up to date on her shots. Email Delco Dawgs for an adoption app- firstname.lastname@example.org!
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