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Sex: Female
Age: 3 years
Weight: 55 lbs.
Spay/Neuter: Yes
Heartworm Status: Negative
Microchip: Yes
Good w/Kids: Yes
Good w/Big Dogs: Yes, with proper introductions
Good w/Small Dogs: Pending
Good w/Cats: Yes, depending on the cat
House Trained: Yes
Adoption Status: Adopted
Location: Spring, TX

Special Considerations for Adoption:

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Greetings! I'm Roxanne. It's ok, you can sing the song. My foster family
sings it all the time, and they get all the words wrong, but I like the
attention. I'm having so much fun in my foster home. I just love humans!
And I love all the things they teach me. I'm really smart, and love
learning. My foster mom says that I'm a dog that makes people love German
Shepherds, because I'm very smart and loyal. She also takes me on walks
every day, which I LOVE because I get to smell and see everything. She says
I like the mental workout too. I also like napping, unless my people are
busy and then I will need to see what they are doing. My foster family has
cats, but mom says they are sort of mean and they don't like me sniffing
them so I should learn to leave them alone, which is hard but I'm trying. I
love all humans though, they're so nice and they pet me! I'm also house
trained and crate trained.

I'm so glad the rescue people found me, because I was so hungry and losing
weight. The vet says I have something called EPI, and it's a pancreatic
deficiency. My foster mom has it about all sorted out, and has lots of
information for my new family. And I'm feeling so much better! Because I
was so hungry for so long, sometimes I get nervous and want to protect my
food, but not from humans, only from new dogs that I don't know if I trust.
I hope my new family understands and will help me. I'm getting really good
at sharing now that someone has taught me! The best news of it is, that now
that I'm sorted out they say it won't affect my lifespan. More time for
walks with my favorite humans! My foster dad says it's no big deal to get
my food ready, because if he can do it anyone can. I hope so, because I
can't wait to start my new life!