Roxy says...I guess you could say that I'm a "Golden Girl". I may be 10 years old but, I still have lots of love to give. It has not been an easy adjustment since my owner passed away. The only thing that I would like is a forever home with a couch and someone to hang out with. I can pretty much make do with those two things. I can get along with other dogs but I would do better with dogs that are laid back like me. I chase my foster cat so probably a home without cats would be best. I have arthritis in my legs and I can get unsteady at times. Like most pugs, I have a love for food. Please understand that I don't want to share my food. It didn't take very long at all for me to figure out the potty training schedule at my foster home. My foster mom said I have selective hearing and selective seeing. I like to play games with her. Like most pugs, I do have dry eyes that have caused me to have limited vision. It's a mystery to my foster mom that I can hear the sound of food hitting the bowl but can't hear my name sometimes. If you have a super-sized sofa and a big tv, I'm packing my bags.
Up to date on all vaccines, neutered, dental, heartworm negative on HW & Flea prevention and micro-chipped.
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