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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

little rock, AR, 72211
Pet name:
Brown / Chocolate
Fritizee is a beautiful, brown 2-3 year old sharpei mix who was found on the streets in Texas as a stray.

Little is known of her past or upbringing, but in the short time with her foster we have learned that she loves chomping at water hose/sprinkler streams (trying to eat the water in the air), chewing on bones, chasing toys, and running the zoomies. Despite being found in the streets, Fritizee is SUPER sociable, polite, and friendly. She instantly makes friends with any person she meets! She is the sweetest dog you will ever meet, and it is quickly apparent that she just wants to love and to be loved. Her favorite thing to do is cuddle up with someone in bed or on the couch, while looking up at them with huge, soulful puppy dog eyes. 

While she is great with people of all kinds, she is not good with cats or small dogs and should not be in a home with them. Since she loves people so much, she feels a little scared when left alone and has some separation anxiety from her time in the shelter. Some work would need to be done to help grow her out of this anxiety and make time in her crate less of a pain for her, but her intelligence and response to training indicates it shouldnโ€™t be too difficult for her to come around to. She also knows basic commands and walks well on a leash (with some slight pulling), and she is also whip smart, capable of both learning new tricks and even figuring some things out on her own.
Saint Mutts Rescue


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