New to OCDRT on 9-13-2016 from central Ohio.
Froakey is being fostered in Creston Ohio.
Froakey (a water type Pokemon) is an Australian Cattle Dog mix. He is around 3.5 months of age. He was found wandering alone & was never claimed, after being reported found to the local animal control facilities. Froakey is a very happy social puppy with people, dogs, & cats. We will complete his vetting and evaluate him for the next 2 - 3 weeks to determine the type of home he needs. Froakey will learn crate training, house training, foundation skills, basic obedience, & traveling in a vehicle. Prior herding breed experience is needed for his adoption. Please check back for updates as we get to know Froakey better.
UPDATE 9/19/2016: Froakey has a deposit to hold him from an approved applicant for a meeting on 9/25.
UPDATE 9/26/2016: Froakey had a successful meeting and will go to his new home on 10/2. We will update after he settles in.
UPDATE 10/2/2016: Froakey nka Biscuit, has left for his forever home. We will update as he settles in.
UPDATE 10/18/2016: Froakey nka Biscuit is Officially Adopted!
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ADOPTION INFORMATION: P lease email email@example.com for an adoption application, as this is the first step to the adoption process. We are better able to suggest a potential match after reviewing your completed application. We require a telephone interview, check references, home support visit, & a contract and adoption fee of $250 applies. All our foster dogs are altered, heartworm tested and kept on prevention, tick borne disease tested, receive DHLPP, Bordatella, Lyme, & Rabies vaccine, fecal tested & de-wormed as necessary, micro-chipped, any additional medical concerns or behavior concerns are addressed, crate trained, leash trained, and are kept on a premium food.
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