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Born: August 28, 2013
Good with dogs
Kids over 12
weight: 58 lbs
My name is Freyja (Pronounced Fray-ah), named after a Norse god, and also old Norse for “The Lady”. A beautiful name for a beautiful dog.
I’ve had a lot of changes in the last couple of years (and I’m only 3!) So I am truly and finally looking for a forever home.
I was adopted last year from the SPCA, knew no commands, and was dreadfully thin and traumatized. Now I am healthy and happy and I know sit, down, no, stay, off, paw and the all-important words: treat and walk.
So, my start in life was a lot of transition and maybe a rocky start in my youth, it’s now time to find my home for good!
I am clean in the home and have a crate, which I call my house although the door never closes on it. I go in and out, as I please. I love to play and run. I would love an active family who will give me walks and runs and take me to meet other dogs to romp with. I walk very well on leash usually but I have yet to learn control when I see small animals. I lived in a home with cats and was very good with them, but am very intent on seeing if I can chase cats and squirrels outside.
My family should be experienced and active to teach me the right ways to behave outside and keep up with my own level of athleticism.
I do mouth a little as I play (put my mouth on people without closing it) so a home with older children or no children is advisable. I do listen when you tell me NO about this though. I don’t mean anything by it, I am just having fun. I have no aggression although I can be very vocal and insistent when I play with other dogs but it’s just my joy at playing that is just bursting out of me! Maybe you could teach me how to have fun without so much fuss about it!
All in all, I am a loving, loveable girl and would be in heaven to have a home with people to care for me and play with me and talk to me, and just generally so I can follow them from room to room, leaning on them when I need some love and I’ll show them love right back, let me tell you.
If you think you could be my forever family in waiting, please fill out an application for me!
This organization is run entirely by volunteers and we try our best to save as many homeless dogs as possible. Since there are only a few volunteers, please understand that we are unable to answer phone calls about the animals. The first step is to fill out an adoption application which you can find at: www.rosieanimaladoption.org . You will be contacted only if you are a suitable match. Rosie Animal Adoption does not have a shelter where you can come and meet the dogs. All showings are by appointment after your application has been approved, or at adoption clinics. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org . All family members must be present at time of adoption. Please note, we do not adopt strays to families with children under 12.
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Do you have a sweet spot for all things furry, but are not ready to adopt for some reason or another? Or maybe you know you will be able to care for a pet for the short term, but are not sure about your long term living situation. Now could be the perfect time to become a Foster Care Guardian and open your home and your heart. Rosie supplies veterinarian care which includes vaccinations, de-worming and de-fleaing as well as well as spaying and neutering. Rosie also supplies collar, leash, good quality dog food and cage. Rosie often needs foster homes for puppies. Puppies cannot be left alone a complete day. All the foster dogs need is love and care. A car is a must. Please fill out a Foster Care Guardian application on the Rosie website: www.rosieanimaladoption.org
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