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My name is Johnny!
I'm being cared for by
Frosted Faces Foundation
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Home Check

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

1.

Submit Application

2.

Home Check

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Shepherd (Unknown Type)
Color
Black - with Brown, Red, Golden, Orange or Chestnut
Age
Senior
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
17866982

My story

Meet Johnny!
 
10 year old Johnny was found as a stray with a microchip, but sadly, he wasn't claimed. When he arrived at Frosted Faces on March 17th, his coat was matted with dirt, his poor ears were bloody from fly bites, and his nails were very long. We got him groomed at The Buried Bone, and you could see him standing taller with more pride and dignity! Johnny earned an A+ from the groomers for being such a good boy, and his coat is now so soft. He went on our FFF Sunday hikes and enjoyed all the smells as he walked politely alongside our volunteers.  

Johnny is simply the best, gentlest boy, and he passed his cat test, too! He currently lives in a wonderful Foster home while he waits for his dream of being adopted to come true. His Foster mom shares:

"It has been an absolute joy and pleasure having this goofy guy around. It's great having a dog in the house, especially a dog as funny and as good as this one! Johnny loves his people. He follows us all over the house and wants to be where we are. If my husband and I are in different rooms, he will try and position himself so he can see both of us. Johnny is potty trained! We take him out first thing in the morning, a couple times during the day, and right before bed. He has a favorite spot and leads us to it every time. He hasn't had any accidents in the house. Johnny does great on walks/with a leash. He doesn't tug and he walks our pace. He doesn't care about any of the dogs we come across and ignores the ones that bark from their yards.

Johnny loves being able to get in the car to go for a ride and gets so excited when we go out to the garage! Once he's in the car, he just lays down and enjoys the ride. We are tying to make sure to take him to places with people, other dogs, and lots of sounds. We want to put him in situations where we can highlight how great he does in public. We went to Morley Field with a take-out dinner, and Johnny got to see cyclists in the velodrome, people playing bocce ball and some disc golf. Today, we took him to Coffee and Cars at Kit Carson Park. There were many people and dogs at the park, but he didn't seem to be bothered. He let strangers pet him and was the perfect gentleman walking around looking at all the cool cars. We can tell he really loves to be out in the open and around people!

We have also been working with him on commands. We have him SIT before meals, treats, and walks, and we use STAY while putting his food bowl on the ground after he sits. He's got those both down pat! He doesn't quiet get DROP IT yet, but he's so gentle when I try to take a toy from his mouth. Johnny is such a sweet and well-behaved boy! I love how playful and silly he can be!"
 
To become Johnny's lucky Forever Family, please complete our Placement Questionnaire at: frostedfacesfoundation.org/apply
 
Learn more about our programs at:  www.frostedfacesfoundation.org/family   No adoption fees, and we provide free medical care at FFF Veterinary Hospital.
 
 
Updated: 7/19 /22 


August 9, 2022, 2:27 am
Meet Johnny!
 
10 year old Johnny was found as a stray with a microchip, but sadly, he wasn't claimed. When he arrived at Frosted Faces on March 17th, his coat was matted with dirt, his poor ears were bloody from fly bites, and his nails were very long. We got him groomed at The Buried Bone, and you could see him standing taller with more pride and dignity! Johnny earned an A+ from the groomers for being such a good boy, and his coat is now so soft. He went on our FFF Sunday hikes and enjoyed all the smells as he walked politely alongside our volunteers.  

Johnny is simply the best, gentlest boy, and he passed his cat test, too! He currently lives in a wonderful Foster home while he waits for his dream of being adopted to come true. His Foster mom shares:

"It has been an absolute joy and pleasure having this goofy guy around. It's great having a dog in the house, especially a dog as funny and as good as this one! Johnny loves his people. He follows us all over the house and wants to be where we are. If my husband and I are in different rooms, he will try and position himself so he can see both of us. Johnny is potty trained! We take him out first thing in the morning, a couple times during the day, and right before bed. He has a favorite spot and leads us to it every time. He hasn't had any accidents in the house. Johnny does great on walks/with a leash. He doesn't tug and he walks our pace. He doesn't care about any of the dogs we come across and ignores the ones that bark from their yards.

Johnny loves being able to get in the car to go for a ride and gets so excited when we go out to the garage! Once he's in the car, he just lays down and enjoys the ride. We are tying to make sure to take him to places with people, other dogs, and lots of sounds. We want to put him in situations where we can highlight how great he does in public. We went to Morley Field with a take-out dinner, and Johnny got to see cyclists in the velodrome, people playing bocce ball and some disc golf. Today, we took him to Coffee and Cars at Kit Carson Park. There were many people and dogs at the park, but he didn't seem to be bothered. He let strangers pet him and was the perfect gentleman walking around looking at all the cool cars. We can tell he really loves to be out in the open and around people!

We have also been working with him on commands. We have him SIT before meals, treats, and walks, and we use STAY while putting his food bowl on the ground after he sits. He's got those both down pat! He doesn't quiet get DROP IT yet, but he's so gentle when I try to take a toy from his mouth. Johnny is such a sweet and well-behaved boy! I love how playful and silly he can be!"
 
To become Johnny's lucky Forever Family, please complete our Placement Questionnaire at: frostedfacesfoundation.org/apply
 
Learn more about our programs at:  www.frostedfacesfoundation.org/family   No adoption fees, and we provide free medical care at FFF Veterinary Hospital.
 
 
Updated: 7/19 /22 


August 9, 2022, 2:27 am
Rescue

Frosted Faces Foundation

Contact info
Pet ID
17866982
Contact
Kelly Smisek
Address
Ramona, CA 92065

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

If application is accepted, a home check will be scheduled.

2.

Home Check

If approved, an appointment will be made to meet the Frosted Face.

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

Additional adoption info

We require that interested applicants fill out our application. A screener follows up via email to schedule a home inspection, meanwhile calling references. Upon approval, it is required you come to Frosted Faces Foundation with all members of the family and your dogs to choose a Frosted Face. We have different programs and family types: Frosted Fling Foster Forever Foster Adoption Molly & Me Read all about them at https://frostedfacesfoundation.org/family.
We require that interested applicants fill out our application. A screener follows up via email to schedule a home inspection, meanwhile calling references. Upon approval, it is required you come to Frosted Faces Foundation with all members of the family and your dogs to choose a Frosted Face. We have different programs and family types: Frosted Fling Foster Forever Foster Adoption Molly & Me Read all about them at https://frostedfacesfoundation.org/family.

Go meet their pets

Visits are by appointment only, after families have been screened and approved.
Visits are by appointment only, after families have been screened and approved.

More about this rescue

Frosted Faces Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non profit corporation dedicated to developing and delivering solutions to fulfill the promise of family and adequate veterinary care for senior dogs whose love and lives are in jeopardy.
Frosted Faces Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non profit corporation dedicated to developing and delivering solutions to fulfill the promise of family and adequate veterinary care for senior dogs whose love and lives are in jeopardy.