FREYJA (pronounced FrA-yA) is a beautiful 10 month old black female Labrador Retriever mix. She is shy at first, but then quickly becomes playful. She likes to cuddle and give sloppy puppy kisses. She still thinks she's a little puppy, so don't be surprised if she ends up sitting in your lap or laying by your side!
FREYJA is working on potty training; she does really well if taken outside on a set schedule, except when she gets really excited, then she tinkles a little bit (this should stop as she gets older and less puppy-like). She is kennel-trained, but prefers to be with her family when home. She enjoys playing with toys, no specific favorites as long as you are playing with her! She enjoys playing in a baby pool, she loves to try and "bite" the water. Imagine the fun if she had a REAL pool.
FREYJA is in a foster home with large and small dogs. She is shy at first, but once she gets to know the other dog, she enjoys playing and rough-housing. She would do best in a home with a four-legged companion. She has not been around cats and small children frighten her.
If you have any questions or would like to set up a meet and greet, please contact us at HHFRescue@gmail.com or complete an adoption application at www.HHFRescue.org. Thank you for your interest in adopting a rescued dog.
The adoption fee includes vaccinations, bordetella, deworming, rabies, spay/neuter and microchip. There is an additional $10.99 fee for Home Again for a lifetime registration of the microchip. If adopting a puppy, the rabies and spay/neuter will be done at the same time by our vet once they are 4 months old and billed to us. It is against the law in the State of Texas for a rescue not to be sterilized so we have to make sure it gets completed and that we have record of it.
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