Flat Freddy   

In shelter Dog

Glen St. Mary, Florida, 32040
Breeds:
Treeing Walker Coonhound, Mixed
Colors:
Red
Lost or found date:
07/03/2021
Pet name:
Flat Freddy
Gender:
Male
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Short
Description:
This handsome boy is "Flat" Freddie (so named because when we first got him he was so emaciated he was virtually flat, poor thing.  Fortunately that's behind him now!).  Freddie LOVES his people- almost as much as he loves hoarding pillows and stuffed toys.  He doesn't shred them; they're a sort of security blanket to him it seems.  Regardless, it's charming and endearing.  He will get upset with other dogs when they get too close to his "stash", so he might do best as an only dog where he could get ALL the cuddles from his human (otherwise he's ok with other dogs; he ignores the cats he's met on his walks).  He knows some commands- sit, come, stay; he could use some work on the leash manners.  He rides in a car well. Freddie is up to date on his vaccinations and deworming; is microchipped and neutered- and ready for his own human and his own couch!  To set up a meet and sniff just email us.  He's fostered in Jacksonville- his adoption fee, which includes the above-mentioned vetting, is only $250.  Home visit and reference checks are required and are NOT negotiable.

Location


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