found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
My name is Flint!
Facts about Flint
- Breed: Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) Mix
- Color: White
- Age: Young
- Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
- Sex: Male
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Small Terrier Mix
About 6 months, approx 12 lbs
Good with Kids
Good with other dogs if introduced properly.
Good with cats.
Hi, I'm Flint! I could be a male model with my long legs, lean frame and electric blue eyes, don't you think? I'm an easy-going dude who likes prancing around the house and playing with my toys. I LOVE all toys but bones are my favorite! Even though I'm super playful, I also like napping under a blanket with my foster mom and dad. I sleep in my crate at night and don't make a peep until my foster parents wake me up in the morning! Potty training is a breeze for me, I'm not sure why everybody thinks it's such a big deal! Whenever my foster mom or dad take me outside, I go potty right away! I even tell them when I have to go outside. I don't like to brag, but I'm pretty smart. I know basic commands like "sit", "stay", and "leave it"! Are you looking for a small guy with a bubbly personality for your family? I'm in need of a loving forever family. We could be the perfect match!
My adoption fee is $400, which includes all vaccinations, alteration, and microchip! Please visit www.goodkarmamn.org to fill out an adoption application.
Once you fill out our adoption application, an awesome representative of Good Karma will contact you to answer any questions you may have and set up a time for you to meet your new pet! Good Karma Animal Rescue’s approval process includes conducting a home visit before adopters take their new pet home.
Note on breed determination: Good Karma Animal Rescue of MN bases our breed determination on appearance, our own knowledge, and/or information from the sending shelters or previous owners. Because most of our adoptable dogs were previously in shelters, we can’t be 100% sure of a dog’s breed mix.