Monday, June 25, 2012

Adoption Monday: Roxanne, Labrador Retriever Mix, Deerfield, NH

Check out this beautiful girl at Mary's Dogs Rescue & Adoption!

Roxanne is a gorgeous 2 year old Lab mix with the most beautiful brindle/blonde/golden highlights sprinkled all over her fur. These highlights help make Roxanne an absolutely stunning dog!

As if looks aren't enough, though, Roxanne chooses to show off her great personality at all times. 

Roxanne is great with people and other dogs. She can run with the big dogs, play with the medium dogs, and play gently with the little dogs.

She loves running and walking and she is your typical lab. 

She would love having a home where she could run and play with her owner(s) and/or other dogs. Roxanne  loves playing ball and she seems to enjoy playing fetch. She knows how to sit and is doing very well with her obedience training.

She's a very smart lab girl and she's getting a lot better about not pulling on the leash at all when you take slower walks. Roxanne is a sweet girl to say the least. She loves to walk up to you and just sit next to you if you'll sit in the grass with her. She has lots of kisses for anyone and everyone who comes to see her. She's always willing to follow you around, play with you, walk with you, and just hang out with you.

Roxanne would do well in a family where she could have her daily walks and playtime while also spending quality time with her owners who want a great family lab. 


Roxanne is going to make a very loyal, happy, beautiful, and loving companion for her new owner(s)!

Roxanne has been fixed, is UTD on all vaccines, and tested negative for heart worm.

Want more info on Roxanne? Call Mary's Dogs: 603.370.7750 or send along an email: marysdogsrescue@gmail.com Ready to bring her home? Tell us about yourself and your interest in Roxanne in our adoption questionnaire. Check out all the wonderful dogs on Mary's Dogs Facebook Fan Page.

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Mary’s Dogs rescues and re-homes dogs and puppies from Aiken County Animal Shelter, a high-kill shelter in South Carolina, USA. They also serve as a resource to communities in Southern New Hampshire and pet owners nationwide by providing education and information on responsible pet ownership, including the importance of spay/neuter, positive behavior training, and good nutrition.

2 comments

  1. Most owners don’t see a connection between their dogs behavior in public and the way they play in their home. The truth is most animals learn through trial and error and there is no better way to train a dog then to find a game they love to play and use it as the way you reward and frustrate your dog.

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  2. Hey Roxanne,

    I've got my paws crossed that you find your forever home soon buddy :)

    Your pal Snoopy :)

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