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I'm here for a good time

Lab mix | 35lbs | Female | 5 yrs old | Good with dogs | Unknown with cats | Good with kids | Crate trained | House trained | Fostered in Brantford, ON

Vetting: Possible chicken allergies. Foxy had the misfortune of breaking her femur while in foster care but has since had surgery to correct this and the all-clear to return back to normal activities. 

Adoption Fee: $600

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Meet Foxy, the girl that confirms that good things come in small packages. Foxy is about 5 years old and is great with people and dogs! She has not been exposed to cats at this time. Foxy is crate and house trained, but is still learning not to run out of her crate as soon as the door is open.

Foxy is a quiet girl and sometimes her foster mom has to go looking for her to see where she is off exploring; you can barely hear her little pitter patters. When Foxy plays with her canine friends, you would think that it was a completely different dog that you were watching! She can be loud and obnoxious, but so bouncy and fun to watch. Out of all of the things that she has experienced in her foster home, the love that she has gotten is her favourite thing. She loves her people and loves to have attention from them as much as possible.

Foxy is currently working on her leash manners. When she does not have a transitional leash on, she can be quite vocal and bouncy, especially at the beginning of a walk. This occurs mostly when she is overstimulated and overexcited when she is beginning a walk, but it is something that she is working hard on. Once she has settled into a walk, she has no problem enjoying it and is happy to go on as long of a walk as her humans would like.

When Foxy first arrived to her foster home, she did take a few days to settle in and show her happy go lucky side. Once she let that side of her show, there was no going back and it’s been fun in the sun ever since!

Take a look at what Foxy’s foster mom says about her:

Foxy is a quirky little girl but has been such a joy to have around! She has been great in the home and with her foster siblings and has brought absolutely no trouble to our family. Currently, she knows a few commands but knows them in French (she is from a Quebec kill shelter). She now knows to go to her crate on command and knows that she is not allowed on the furniture in the house but that she is welcome to share any and all of the dog beds with her foster friends.

Foxy is a medium to high energy girl but tends to match the energy of the people around her. She is happy to have a rainy day movie marathon, but she is also happy to go and walk for what seems like forever

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