Cefni German Shepherd Rescue | Roxy 10yr old german shepherd bitch semi haired
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Roxy ~ Available for Adoption Now

 

To follow Roxy whilst she is in kennels - please CLICK HERE to go to her facebook blog.

New photos and videos are uploaded on a weekly bases by our volunteers.

 

 

PHOTOS Jan 2017

 

 

 

Previous Photos of Roxy when we had to clip her coat before in the Summer.

 

 

Previous Photos of Roxy June/July 2016

 

 

 


 

ADOPTION FEE £150 * from 1st Feb 2017

 

 

Your adoption fee helps to pay towards our ongoing monthly kennel costs

 

 

Please click below for the Rescue's Rehoming Policy

 

 

Rescue Rehoming Policy LINK

 

 

Dog's Full Information:

 

 
Dog's Name:  Roxy  

Approx Age/Date of Birth:

 10years old  
Gender:  Female  
Coat Colour and Length:  Semi haired black and tan (gingery tan)  
Neutered:  spayed  
Identity:  Microchipped  
Inoculated:  has received her 1st inoculation we will have her fully inoculated by the time she is adopted.  
     
Basic Commands / Lead Training

 Roxy would suit more lead work and brushing up on her basic commands for the future so she is totally under control.

 
Notes on how the dog reacts to dogs:  Roxy does react to some dogs, although she will be fine with a calm submissive dog of the same size as her, or she would suit a dog free home so she can have 100% attention from her new owners. NO SMALL DOGS  
Notes on how the dog reacts to cats:  Not tested - would suggest a cat free home  
How the dog reacts to people in general and strangers: Roxy is alittle nervous when people approach her and spook her, she needs an experienced home which can work on building up her confidence, she will be a great companion with the right owners. Roxy is doing so well now in kennels and is growing with confidence, she will need an experienced home which can provide her with plenty of love and patience too.  
How the dog reacts to children / limitations with children:

Our rehoming policy when a dog has been found as a stray is rehoming with children 9-12yrs onwards or preferably with no children. - Roxy has no experience with children.

 
Grooming experience:

 has been groomed but will be groomed again as her coat was so badly matted, she was ok being groomed.

 

*End of July 2016, as Roxy's coat was so matted she was clipped away before coming into our kennels, her coat was still in quite a mess, so we decided a full clip off from the neck back was needed, we did this and her coat is looking amazing and growing back very well now, it will be a few months before its looking alot better, and a couple of good moults will be needed but her coat is in such better condition.

 

Current Location of Dog:

*PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE WILLING TO TRAVEL TO MEET THE DOG AT THE LOCATION:

 Now in kennels in South Yorkshire  
Medical History/Current medical issues:

 

 

Flea'd Due Aug 2016

Wormer Due 

 

 
Transporting/Riding in a car:  Has a look around what is happening but no pacing, no walking up and down and settles down nicely.  
Assessors Notes:

 

 write up for Roxy's rescue from today and yesterday, she is such a lovely girl.

Yesterday I walked Roxy for the first time and she was very happy for me to go in her kennel, she made little wimpering noises when she first came out then settled, she had a walk alongside a volunteer (who had walked her previously) and the volunteers dog, Roxy was more interested in wanting to see the volunteer than her dog and in no way did she show any aggression, Roxy did pull on the lead slightly at first but after walking parallel for around 5/10 minutes with the volunteer and her dog she began to settle down and did not take alot of notice.

You have to be quite quick getting out of the kennel when you put her back as Roxy wants to follow you and it is very sad leaving her as she is longing for company.

I walked Roxy for the second time today, again Roxy is more than happy for me to enter her kennel, just outside the kennel was another volunteer and her male partner which Roxy happily greeted although she had never met them before, she also passed another male with no problems.

In the field there was a tractor that was moving quite close to us and Roxy took no notice, she seemed more settled today, there were also two other dogs being walked in the field and Roxy was not interested in them, we went quite close (in safe distance) to the horses and chickens and once again Roxy showed no interest.

Roxy knows her name and when I call it she looks back at me or comes to heel for a stroke, she loved being talked to today and loves a scratch behind the ear and being stroked, she has no issues with this or with having her leads on.

She seems such a lovely girl even though I can see from looking at her she has been very neglected it has not affected her love for people and their company.

Eleanor

Friends of S.Glos Stray Volunteer

 

 


 

The next step if you wish to adopt from Cefni German Shepherd Rescue:

 

Please read the Dog's full information and if you think you can offer the dog the kind of home he/she needs,

please complete our online adoption application form

 

Please click the "ADOPT ME" logo below:                                          We have a frequently asked questions page

 

                                                        

 

All rescue dogs receive 4 weeks free Petplan insurance

 

 

 

Also Royal Canin Rescue Pack, which provides:

samples of Royal Canin food, newsletter and a £20 voucher to receive a 3.5kg sack of GSD breed food

 

10% off any items at the Pets at Home stores nationwide in the UK this is given by the Support for Adoption scheme

 

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