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My name is FREEDOM the WONDER GIRL!

Dutch Shepherd Dog for adoption in Alabaster, Alabama - FREEDOM the WONDER GIRL
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Last Chance Dog Rescue Alabama

Facts about FREEDOM the WONDER GIRL

  • Breed: Dutch Shepherd
  • Color: Brindle
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
EVERYTHING YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT FREEDOM THE WONDER GIRL (cannot go to home with cats, is indoor dog but needs outside fence for enthusiastic play time): ADOPTION FEE $100 CONTACT rgparker@samford.edu for an application.
Fully Kennel trained - we give her treats when it's time for her to go in. She's Quiet at night once in the kennel. She goes in without any trouble in the mornings after her morning walk when I leave until Mike gets up and also at bed time. If Mike puts her in during the day it's 50/50 if she going willingly. She goes...but she pouts.
House trained/broken will go to the door if needs to go out. Will have small accidents if gets nervous or scolded (voice raised at her).
Very playful - likes squeaky toys. She has a lizard, dinosaur and snake that she plays with all day. She also has a football in the house. Like playing with a tennis ball outside, want normally bring it back to us.
She doesn't seem to like water. Played with her with he hose pipe she liked running from it but didn't like getting wet.
Has several chew toys and LOVES to chew. We give her Bully Sticks, Pizzle Sticks and also had a couple Elk antlers. that she chews on. We haven't had any issue with her chewing on any thing that wasn't hers.
We feed her 2 cans of either Pro-Plan or Iams can feed mixed with dry a day she had dry out food all day. She doesn't gobble her food. She eats the dry just not great.
Friendly with people, including children & elderly (my mom lives with us)
LOVES to ride in the car.
Very noisy. Loves to smell everything.
Good with other dogs. She visits with our neighbors dog. We also boarded her for 2 days at dog days of Birmingham, they said she was a good girl, well behaved with the trainers and the others dogs. Also took her to pops, pups and pancakes that the animal league put on. She did really good with the other dogs when she was with me. She appears to be more possessive of Mike. We took her to super pets and she didn't like him petting other dogs. Mike's home and spends more time with her.
Fine with thunder. Didn't like fireworks on 4th. Whined.

We've taken her to the vet and she's up to date on her shots. We have her on monthly Trifexis.

Our concern is she's so big and strong, we're scared to trust her with our cat. She's snapped at the cat but she hasn't growled at her. if the cat moves she's on top of her.

She smart and seems like she would be very trainable for someone who experienced. She can sit and a few other things that she learned from her original owners. Mike and I just started fostering dogs in February before that we've only had cats and are not good at training. ADOPTION FEE $100 CONTACT rgparker@samford.edu for an application. Must be willing to allow home visit. Fence required for Freedom--she's got energy!

About Last Chance Dog Rescue Alabama

About Our Rescue Group...

In the deep South, animals are being turned in to shelters in record numbers, and most of them don't even make it to the adoption floor. They have to be euthanized due to lack of space. We pull as many as our resources will allow. We believe animals are precious and deserve the chance to live wonderful lives. PLEASE DONATE TO OUR RESCUE AND HELP US SAVE MORE LIVES!!

Come Meet Our Pets...

Visit www.lastchancedogrescue.com

Our Adoption Process...

Fees range from $80-200, to cover a small portion of the vetting fee. Potential adopters must complete a pre-adoption application, allow us to do a home visit and call their veterinarian for a reference, and if the animal is a good match for the new home, sign an adoption contract. TO INQUIRE ABOUT A PET, EMAIL rgparker@samford.edu