In shelter Dog

Spring Lake, Monmouth County, New Jer...
Boxer, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Mixed
Black with White
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FREDDIE BOXER  MIX MALE. ADULT/ CHILD-FRIENDLY/ DOG-FRIENDLY HOUSEBROKEN NEWEST VIDEO LINK: VIDEO LINK: POOR FREDDIE WAS RETURNED TO RESCUE RIDGE. Poor, sweet, handsome, Freddie was returned to Rescue Ridge through no fault of his own.  His owner is ill and cannot care for him. We need your help in finding Freddie a new, loving, forever home.   Will you help us to help him?  Freddie is a loving, affectionate, playful, now almost  5 yr. old, Staffordshire Terrier or Hound/ Boxer mix guy who was saved by Rescue Ridge from a local, New Jersey, overcrowded shelter last year (2/16). His family could not keep him and Rescue Ridge stepped up to save him. . Freddie is adult friendly, housebroken, too! He was then adopted through Rescue Ridge last year and was living the good life. Now, he needs our help again.  He loves to run, snuggle, play ball, and go for walks. He knows "Sit" and takes toys, treats and food gently.  Freddie is fabulous in the car and promises to be your best co- pilot ever! Please apply to foster or adopt Freddie in central N. J. at and email: or text us at 732-546-8805 Here is his previous Youtube video link:  Stay tuned for a new one. Please share widely.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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