Freddie is your 'ride-a-long guy. He is happiest when he can run and explore. If that is with you - so much better! A ride in the car, a run on the beach, a swim - Freddie is your guy.
Loves tennis balls and tug-a-war - Hide and Seek. Fred loves to ride shotgun when we go for frequent car trips. He is a momma's boy and talks until you pay attention to him.
He is docile, very attentive and bright. He is gentle and would rather play with the human kids or older dogs in the house than with his rough and tumble siblings. Freddie loves to cuddle and wants to cuddle before he goes to sleep.
Freddie needs a firm, loving hand and consistent training. Eager to please - loves being with his family. He is a loving, intelligent animal who needs a lot of stimulus. Freddie talks when he wants something and wiggles his little behind when called. He knows basic commands: Sit potty, bed, and of course treat. He understands 'Share'. but sometimes decides to ignore that command!
Freddie will do well in a house with older children and at least 1 other dog. He is bonded to his sister.Merry. He will seek her company and sometimes sleeps with her in her crate.
Fred's mom was a Boxer/SharPei and we think dad may have been lab.
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR FAMILIES WITH SMALL CHILDREN.
Freddie may not be the most beautiful of the litter, but his personality beats them all. He definitely needs more affection and attention than the rest, but you are truly rewarded with the love and affection 10 times over.
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The adoption fee includes vet check, vaccinations, Bordetella, de-worming, rabies, spay/neuter and microchip. There is a an additional $12.99 fee for Home Again for a lifetime registration of the microchip.
It is against the law in the State of Texas for a rescue not to be sterilized so we have to make sure it gets completed and that we have record of it.
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