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Hello, my name is Roxy. I am a petite gal, everyone tells me all the time, how cute I am. I had a home for a few months and family dynamics were changing, so it was decided that I should come back here back here to find a forever home. I can be shy when meeting new people, but give me a few minutes of your time and I will give you kisses while wagging my tail. Once, I am comfortable I can be super energetic and will run zoomies in the yard. I am looking for a quieter home, where I can relax and enjoy my days of playing and snuggling with my people.”
2/8/2019: Roxy likes other dogs! She displays positive behaviors during play sessions. She met with another dog from the shelter a few days ago and things went swimmingly! Roxy would love to live with another dog in a low-key home.
1/25/2019: Roxy has been getting acquainted with more staff members and volunteers at the shelter! Once she feels comfortable, she acts like a different dog! If you meet her, don’t be fooled by her initial shy demeanor. She is actually a silly, energetic, and affectionate girl!