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Frankie is a happy, ridiculous boxer x pit mix with a friendly nature and a great sense of humor. This is such a change from the scared, shut down dog we got out of the shelter several weeks back, and we are just delighted to see her fantastic personality come shining through now that she is safe, balanced and happy. Frankie is a 12-18 months old gal who's a nice size at right around 45 lbs. She's crate and house trained, and she's done well with dog friends in her foster home after appropriate intros. Frankie's activity level is busy, but not crazy. She'd love a yard to blast around in, but she seems perfectly happy to entertain herself indoors on rainy days. Frankie is a bright little star, she really loves it when the clicker and treats come out for a training session. Initial training for Frankie was to bring her out of her shell, now we're focused on putting some manners on the silly, outgoing weirdo we've discovered behind her fear. What a neat little dog she is, does she sound like your kinda gal? Email email@example.com to find out more about Frankie.
Our adoption fee is $195. This covers spay/neuter, microchip, microchip registration, all age appropriate vaccines, and any needed vet care.
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