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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Ramona, CA, 92065
Pet name:
Meet Henry!

Henry was brought to us by a couple that claimed he was left behind at a rental property by someone who said he was from adopted from Frosted Faces Foundation. We know each Frosted Face by heart, and if by some small chance our memory fails us, microchips dont, and Henry was not adopted from FFF.

After tracing Henrys microchip back, it appears he was adopted from Long Beach Shelter back in 2009 when he was a puppy, then was given away and transferred into a rescue based in LA in 2019. We reached out to Henrys previous rescue, but they are no longer operational or in a position to help him. Regardless of the details, the people who had Henry most recently and brought him to us couldnt take care of him, so as of September 4th, Henry became a Frosted Face for real! Its sad how much Henry has been passed around throughout his life and how he doesnt seem to have ever been someones beloved family member. We are determined to change that pronto!

Henry is 13 years old, weighs 24 lbs., and is a sweet, mellow, easy going guy. He enjoys going on our weekly FFF hikes, and last Sunday, he walked 1.6 miles with pep in his step! Henry would be a great neighborhood walker and loving companion.

If Henrys story speaks to you, and you want to give him the life and love he deserves, please complete our placement questionnaire at:

Come visit Henry at Frosted Faces Foundation during Open House on Saturday and Sunday between 10 AM and 1 PM!

Learn more about our programs at:

No adoption fees, and we provide free lifetime medical care at FFF Veterinary Hospital!


Updated: 9/25/22


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