Roxy Roo is a 2-3 month old female Cross-Breed. She is being fostered in Kent in an adult home with another dog and visiting dogs.
This lovely baby came into our care when her family could no longer look after her and her dad.
She was a bit quiet, to begin with, she needed treatment for worms, and fleas, and was underweight. She has now settled well in her foster home and put on nearly a kilo in a week.
We are unsure of the size she will get to but presume to look at her possibly the same as her dad or maybe a bit smaller. She has the legs of Whippet and the scruffy face of a terrier.
The day she came with her dad to the vets
This little dog is extremely bright and easy to train, she is very driven by food and I think if you like dog training and want a dog to do stuff with like agility etc she would excel.
Meeting new people
She has only just started going out for walks so an update on that – but she did well on her first walk bless her
First day out in the big world on a lead
Roxy is a very bright busy little dog – she would not suit someone who has not had a dog before, she needs her new home to have the time for her, understands the importance of training school, socialisation and not leaving her for hours on her own.
If you are a home worker, she is not that dog that will lay there watching you – she is into everything.
A loving little dog who is extremely bright and switched on I hope the people who come along have been looking for a super little dog like this she is a real character and for the right people, she will be an amazing little dog.
Look how intently she looks at you when telling her to sit and wait for her treat
She is getting well socialised with her foster family as she is a dog walker/dog home boarder so meeting lots of new dogs and now starting to go out and about. We need the right person to continue this.
Playing with her foster brother
Another new friend to play with
She met a cat and was very gentle.
Roxy has started her vaccinations, been wormed/fleaed and chipped – too young to be spayed you will be expected to do this as part of the adoption agreement.