Meet Roxy. This cheeky dinky piebald girl is now ready for adoption. Roxy is 17 months old and is still very much a puppy. She loves people and tries to use her puppy behaviour to get her own way! Roxy has a unique squeal if things are not going quite to her plan.
When Roxy first came into foster, she thought that she was a lap dog and was incredibly needy. However, her foster family have worked hard on building up her confidence and she has integrated well into a multi dog household. Her best friend is a calm female. Roxy does play full on and will push her luck when the other dogs have had enough. This at times has got her into a bit of trouble as she is still learning dog etiquette.
She loves her food and is currently raw fed. She is fed separately as she is not happy to share her food, but is quite happy to try and pinch the other dogs food. However, Roxy is happy to share her toys and her space.
Roxy is crated at night and she settles well, but she does not like to be crated during the day and may exhibit some separation anxiety if left for long periods of time. She is house trained but occasionally if anxious will stress wee, but as her confidence has been growing this has lessened.
Roxy will initially pull on the lead and currently walks with a figure of right lead but once again this is improving as well. She would probably enjoy being a running partner as she does want to run.
So in short the type of home we are looking for is a home experienced with a husky who will use her dinky ways to push her luck. She needs a multi dog household as she could potentially bully another dog if they don’t want to play with her. Older children would be fine, she loves the teenage boy in the foster home. A family who are home for the majority of the time and who are prepared to continue the hard work that the foster family have put in. Absolutely no small furries as Roxy would consider them as a free lunch!
Roxy is spayed, vaccinated and chipped. Currently in foster in Mid Wales. An adoption fee and home check applies.