Roxy is a 13 year old Golden Retriever. She’s a small girl for her breed weighing in at 52 pounds. Roxy has lived with another dog and she’s said to be good when meeting other dogs. Roxy has never been observed around cats. We are told Roxy loves tennis balls and kind children.

At this time Roxy can manage quite a long time without needing a potty break. While this may be convenient, it’d be nice for her if she found a home where she didn’t have to “hold it” too long. She’s OK to stay alone when needed. Roxy will just hang out on the couch and wait for her family’s return. There’s nothing quite like a Golden’s “Welcome Home”!

Roxy loves to play. She does well on leash and reportedly she can still do stairs. That could change as time goes on so an adopter must take that into consideration.

Roxy has a few lumps; one is a very large lump on her belly that we are told is a lipoma (fatty tumor). Potential adopters should ask for vet records from Roxy’s current family to confirm this. Adopting any senior dog means assuming there will be vet bills as just like humans, medical issues start to pop up as we age. Roxy needs a home with someone who can afford her care for the rest of her days. In return we bet Roxy will provide her new family with love and all the happiness one receives from a happy, senior dog.

Roxy is in need of an adoptive home very soon. She is waiting in Maple Valley, WA. for her adopter.

This is not an ODH dog; we urge prospective adopters to do their own evaluation.