Adopted-Roxy -10 yr old- female

by Tamara Randolph on July 30, 2012

in Adopted Shibas

Our newest addition to the SIRF family is Roxy! She is a ten year old red (more fawn) Shiba Inu. She was given up by her family due to their allergies. She is gorgeous, a total sweetheart and is very easy going. She just loves belly rubs and you can tell she enjoys lots of treats too as she is a bit overweight! She does well with dogs but has not been tested with cats, although her demenor says she would do fine with them. She is very playful but she also loves to cuddle. She is spayed, up to date on her vaccinations, and HW negative. She is located in the Orlando area at this time but can be transported if necessary! She is the perfect dog for the first time Shiba owner and because she is so easy going — perfect for someone looking to add to their pack. Please think about giving this beautiful girl a FOREVER home.

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Wendy Pucci July 30, 2012 at 9:38 AM

What a cutie!! Funny how the allergies just happen to appear after 9 years! Their loss! Hope you find your furever home Roxy!!

Midi Ramos August 20, 2012 at 3:34 PM

please let me know if she’s still available for adoption. I’m in Hollywood, Fl but you mentioned transportation would be provided. Please let me know.

Kathy Crandell August 20, 2012 at 4:11 PM

Yes she is available. please fill out an adoption application to get started.. please send it to Transportation is available yes!

Susan Finnegan October 27, 2012 at 10:04 PM

She sounds lovely. Would she fit in with a 2.5 yr. old Welsh Terrier who is energetic and friendly, in private home, fenced yard with invisible fence?

Kathy Crandell October 27, 2012 at 11:18 PM

Roxy she had been adopted a few month ago. She is on our Adopted Shiba page. Also for future reference Shibas don’t normally do well with invisible fences as their prey drive is such that they will go thru the fence after a bird or squirrel etc and the be unable to come back into the fenced in area.

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