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In shelter Dog

Scottsdale, AZ, 85259
Pet name:
Apricot / Beige
Flynn initially came into rescue after he and his mama were abandoned by the Ice Cream Man in a mobile home park in South Phoenix. They were initially terrified after coming into foster care but have grown leaps and bounds! Flynn is a playful and pretty social little guy. He has the personality of a big dog, wrapped up into a 5 lb size. He absolutely loves to play and wrestle with his foster brother and his mama. He loves to cuddle with his people and get lots of pets, and also enjoys walks. Being a former street dog, he still has a bit of initial fear, but warms up fairy quickly to new people and new dogs. He is also crate trained and has learned leash manners. He is just a sweet, goofy guy who keeps his foster parents laughing every day. Flynn can be adopted separately or along with his mama, Nellie. 

Please note: we get a high volume of inquiries on our animals. Your best chance of meeting the animal you are interested in is by filling out our adoption application. As we are a foster based rescue the application is required to schedule a meet and greet.


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