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Freckles is the ultimate family dog -- she just needs the ultimate family!! Have kids? She lets her foster family's kids crawl all over and has never once even given so much as a warning growl. Want what she has? No problem, she's happy to let go, whether it's a toy or food. Appreciate a good snuggle? Her favorite time of day is bedtime where she jumps up in bed and lays her head on your shoulder! Freckles just wants to be right where you are and loved.
But she's no couch potato! Freckles came to our group after she had a litter of puppies that were all adopted and now we're looking for that special person or family who believes in saving the Best for Last. She's past the crazy-puppy stage and smart enough to listen. She loves to be held, loves to learn and also loves to run and play. She'd make a great running or biking partner, and could even enjoy Frisbee. Among dogs, she believes she's Queen so other canine companions will need to let her wear the crown. It's not that she doesn't get along with other dogs, but she is a very rough, physical and vocal player which can put other dogs on the defensive which is why we believe she'll do best as an only dog. She is also a "door-darter" which is why we will require a fully fenced yard. We think Freckles is about 2 years old, she's very healthy and weighs about 65 pounds. We have no idea what her true mix is, but you will definitely want to clone her! If Freckles is the friend for you, please visit www.pinkshelter.org for more information about the adoption process or click here for our online application. Full vetting, microchip and spay included in her $375 adoption fee. Transport fee is additional $150. IF YOU HAVE AOL or YAHOO PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FILE FOR OUR RESPONSE
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