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In shelter Dog

Farmersville, TX, 75442
Pet name:
Dutch Shepherd
Finnius Franklin, Finn needs a new home because hes just not good for a home
with babies or young children. He can be a bit of a problem child but was never
anything serious for his adult humans nor his puppy brother. However, when a
baby became part of future plans his humans took Finn in for some training.
Everyone, including Finn agreed he wouldnt do well in a home with young children.

Finn needs leadership and good direction; he is an engaged, smart and athletic dog
who likes human interaction. He would be good with just about any type of training;
very typical of the Dutch Shepherd breed.
Finn lives with lots of other dogs and has been good playing with them. He has
good house manners and is crate trained. He enjoys going in the car when he gets
the chance and is good on a leash.

This handsome boy could excel with the right leadership and attention.

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Hillcrest Animal Rescue, Inc.

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