If you would like to give Freya a forever home, please go to
firstname.lastname@example.org OR call 650-580-3639 Tina
Freya is very gentle, docile and easy-going by nature. She is friendly to human and dogs; she also stays calm around cats. Freya is not a picky eater, she is very much food motivated. Freya has such a gentle nature, she would make a great companion for any loving family!
About Freya’s rescue:
Little Freya, only around one month old, wound up in the high-kill shelter. After reading a post on FB with Freya’s picture on it, the rescuer couldn’t help but to check her out and later on find a family to adopt her.
On her return visit, the rescuer was disappointed to see that Freya was locked up inside the room all the time, with no contact of people, other dogs and the outside world at all. She knew that she had to find a better home for Freya.
Freya was placed with a nice foster home. Under the loving care in her foster family, Freya was trained and taught proper manner.
Now Freya grows into a gorgeous young lady, healthy and much happier! She has shiny coat with a white spot on her chest, and a pair of cute-looking ears. Freya is ready for adoption. All she needs is a loving forever home. Will you open your heart and welcome her to become one of your family members?
Please watch Freya’s YouTube videos below:
Follow the commands well
Good with cats
Good with kids
Good with strangers
Has no food aggression toward human and dogs
Walk well on leash
Energy level: Medium
Ideal home environment: Both Active & Quiet
Is the dog good with strangers: Friendly
The dog is best with children of what age group? Any age group
Is the dog good with other dogs? Small dogs – Yes, Big dogs – Yes
Is the dog good with cats? yes
Good on leash? yes
How is the dog with men? friendly
Food aggression with people? no
Food aggression with dogs? no
Has the dog ever bitten anyone? no
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