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Meet Roxie: Ready To Rock Your World

Each week, we feature pets available for adoption from C.A.R.E. at Evanston's Animal Shelter. This week's post includes a gorgeous brindle-colored boxer mix named Roxie.

Roxie, a beautiful brindle-colored boxer mix (with a touch, some CARE volunteers think, of greyhound as well), has had a rough time of it recently. Her family had to give her up because their life got too busy. But they taught her how to love, right along with excellent manners, basic training and of course, housebreaking.

Roxie loves everyone she meets and greets people with a happy wagging tail.  She has a gentle heart and approaches life with a light touch and polite manners. That said, life in the shelter is hard on her since she's such a social dog who would like nothing better than to hang around with people.

Roxie already knows a lot of basic obedience. CARE volunteers are trying to keep her sharp by helping Roxie practice her tricks, lots of play, extra walks, brushing and message, etc.

Roxie is not a clingy dog--rather, she's just glad to hang out together. Roxie will truly bloom once she finds a person or family to call her very own.

Roxie's Stats:

  • Boxer mix, 3-year-old spayed female
  • ASPCA Canine-ality™ Assessment rating: Orange / Wall Flowe
  • Roxie weighs 55 lbs.
  • Children 8 and up
  • Roxie needs a little work to get along with cats.
  • Roxie is inexperienced with dogs but has a gentle approach.
  • DOG Training recommended.
  • Roxie is housebroken. 
  • Roxie is spayed, microchipped and has had a full veterinary checkup and vaccines.

C.A.R.E. to Meet Roxie?

Please come to C.A.R.E., 2310 Oakton St., Evanston, to meet Roxie and speak to an adoption counselor. Adoption hours are Monday through Thursday, 6-8 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, noon-3:30 p.m.

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Janice Cha June 26, 2012 at 05:31 PM
I'm thrilled to report that CARE dog Roxie has been adopted! :-)))


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