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Some of my Roxer-Poxer

Discussion in 'Photography, Artwork & Videos' started by ignitethis, Nov 3, 2013.

  1. ignitethis

    ignitethis Good Dog

    I hadn't weighed Roxie since the beginning of the summer- she was 40lbs back then. Yesterday, I weighed her and guess what? 50lbs of muscle. I would have to say that Earthborn grain free/Merrick grain free and coconut oil has done good with her.


    Haven't done anything special with her activity wise because of some injury and illness issues on my part, but I've just walked/run her and done some pretty hardcore tugging. She LOVES tug. It's really pretty shocking to me that she's 50lbs, she's been a solid 40lbs the majority of the time I've had her- got her at a year old and 32lbs underweight.

    Anyways, here's a few more pictures:


    We were out in the back yard to hide from people seeing our house (we've been having an open every Sunday, so Roxie and I either go to the park, behind the shed, or in her crate in the garage when people come) and she saw a kitty cat.

    Not begging.... so not begging...



    Finally, Roxie is starting to enjoy her dog house. Even though she's an inside dog and the dog house still needs some minor touches to get it Wisconsin wind-ready before I put it outside and make her a kennel. But I still go out every so often and just get her used to being around it and stuff so it's not so foreign to her.


    We had carpet cleaners over, which was new to Roxie. It was a good training experience for her. This is her during one of our chill-out breaks (didn't want to overwhelm her, she was very unsure at first because of the equipment and noise).


    Thanks for looking! :D
    Last edited by a moderator: Nov 3, 2013
  2. lizzie13

    lizzie13 Good Dog

    So precious!
  3. keagan

    keagan Little Dog

    She is a very pretty dog!
  4. ignitethis

    ignitethis Good Dog

    Thank you! :)

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