COURTESY POST – Friday is not a SOHO dog. If you are interested in learning more about Friday please contact his owner directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Friday lives with his family in Charlottesville, VA.
Friday is a happy, playful Texas Heeler who needs to find a new home. He is 3 years old, he weighs 55 pounds, and he has a classic cattle dog black and white coat with lots of ticking. Friday is neutered and up to date on his vaccines. He is housebroken, crate-trained and he knows a LOT of obedience commands. He walks very nicely on leash and he is a great passenger in the car.
Friday loves people of all ages – he has never met a stranger, and he wiggles his whole body when he meets someone new. He is a high Velcro boy who will stay close to his people. Friday is also a medium energy dog. He loves to play but he has a nice off switch! Friday is playful with other dogs and he is very respectful of their play styles. He goes to doggy day care and he LOVES to meet the new dogs! Friday is an all-around fun guy who loves to fetch, play with his toys (he dances when he sees a new toy!), play with other dogs, hike, patrol the yard for stray animals, give kisses, eat and get butt scratches. Friday is even good with cats!
The ideal family for Friday is happy, fun and spends a lot of time outdoors. A fenced yard would be appreciated, and children and cats are welcome. Friday loves to meet and play with other dogs, but he does best as the only dog in the home. He also had some herding lessons and loved it, so Friday may make someone an excellent companion for the farm. Friday is a great boy looking for a great home, and if you are interested in learning more about Friday, please contact his owner directly at email@example.com. Friday lives in Charlottesville, VA.
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