located in Edmonton
Hi my name is Rox and my #1 favourite thing to do is get belly rubs 24/7 from my people. Going for walks with you is a close second though!
Rox is a sweet little girl who is getting older but still has a ton of energy and personality. She is quite a happy dog in the right environment and if you even look at her the wrong way, she will assume the belly rub position. She frequently jumps up onto the couch and tries to snuggle right up on your lap for a belly rub and she will stay there as long as you let her, happy as she could be. You may notice after doing so that you are covered in hair but it’s so hard to get upset at a face like hers! She is great to have around just to make you smile, laugh, and feel super loved. Unfortunately she is terrified of guests/strangers and would prefer to just hide away at home with you, together forever! When you are busy doing other things around the house she will most definitely follow you around and find the comfiest spot in the near vicinity to wait for you. She never fails to find the softest spot to sit (she loves resting her head on pillows), and while she is waiting she will most often fall asleep and start snoring until it sounds like you are making a move. Then she’s wide awake ready to follow you anywhere.
Rox definitely knows the words “walk” and “outside”.. so unless you are willing to take her, don’t even talk about it! She will get soooo excited and run all around the house like a crazy thing continuously until you go. She loves walks in the park soooo much that she tends to pull the leash in the beginning like she’s on a mission, but by the end is walking much more casually.
Rox is very obedient when not in overly exciting/distracting situations. She knows sit, stay, come, & lay on your bed that we have tried. & she loves dog cookies!
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Good with Cats?
NO CATS PLEASE!
Good with Dogs?
NO DOGS PLEASE!
Good with Kids?
NO KIDS PLEASE!
Does this Animal have Special Needs?
Yes, Behavioral Needs
She can’t have a home with people coming and going and needs someone who is home a majority of the time. She is terrified of guests. A quiet area is best to limit her getting started by outside noise of any kind.