This is Miss Roxy. She is a 9 yr old highly intelligent lab /pit mix who weighs around 70 lbs. CHECK OUT Her Videos. Roxy is an indoor dog. She is fully house trained yet knows not to get on the couch unless given permission. When you ask her, 'Do you have to go Poddy?', she will let you know that she does by going to the door. She does well on leash walking yet she is still a little rough on leash because she has a lot of strength but is making good progress. She understands the command, 'Don't Pull'. She loves dog toys or going on runs/walks with her human. Roxy is VERY sweet, well-behaved, quiet, calm while in the house, very obedient and likes to be near people as much as possible. She only barks unless it's important. Once she understands that you are part of her pack, she is very protective of you, easygoing and does not jump all over people. If you are NOT part of her pack, she will very quickly go into defensive mode in order to protect her pack. At night when she is settled down for bed she loves to sleep near her humans on her own dog bed. 'Her dog bed will go with her'. Even while sleeping, she is on alert and the slightest noise will prompt her to go into defense mode. She is respectable around children as long as they give her space and don't aggravate her. The children should be over the age of 10 years old. I would like for her to be with a family where she is the ONLY pet so that she can enjoy all the human attention. She would be best as an only dog (a home with no cats or dogs). Roxy is neutered, up-to-date on shots, Heartworm negative, treated for all parasites and is ready for her forever home. Her medical history is maintained at Sheets Animal Clinic in Greensboro NC. Her diet consists of one can dog food in the morning and 1 1/2 cup of dry dog food at night with a few treats from time to time. She also takes supplements to maintain healthy joints and bones. Roxy is a very dominant dog. She will let other dogs know quickly that she is the alpha dog if they should ever get within 3 feet of each other however, if there is a new born puppy in the house then Roxy's motherly instincts will kick in and she will cuddly the puppy as if it was her own. She needs to maintain a certain level of activity in her life in order to maintain a healthy strong body. If you are interested in adopting Roxy, please let us know! We will be doing a house check and reference checks before she is released to her new family.