already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Sweet Brownie was very poorly treated before coming to Freedom Farm. Left outside on a chain with another dog, Brownie was afraid of humans and his face was scarred from the other dog attacking him. He was emaciated too and we discovered he had worn his front teeth down some from trying to gain his freedom by chewing his way off his chain. Now with Freedom Farm, he is thriving! He loves to be by our sides at all times, loves playing with other dogs, loves giving licks and is extremely playful. Brownie is on the smaller side, around 35 pounds so is a perfect size. He's just an over all great dog despite all he has been through. It always amazes us how dogs find the will to forgive. Sadly however, we found out he is heart worm positive. Another blow for such a young dog. Luckily he's with us and will receive excellent vet care to get rid of the heart worms. Brownie is looking for his forever home so if you could find it in your heart to open your home to this special boy, you will be forever rewarded by his sweet disposition and loving nature. Our rescue will pay for his heart worm treatment.
We welcome people to come meet our pets at the Freedom Farm once their application has been approved.
Our Adoption Process...
. First, the potential adopter will fill out the Adoption Application which will then be reviewed, the information on the application will be verified, and references will be checked. Then, if the application is approved, a home inspection will be conducted, which will lead to a Meet and Greet with the potential adopter’s entire family and pets to ensure that the home and family will be a good match for the FFR dog.
If the applicant is approved and the environment is a good fit, the adoption will be finalized with an adoption fee to the rescue and the signing of an Adoption Contract.
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