Age: Young
Breed: Shepherd/Mix
Gender: Female

Meet Frida!

Thanks for stopping by to read about how pawsome this adorable girl is! At just a year and a half old, Frida is a super sweet and goofy gal that gets along great with cats, dogs, and children. While some may say her love language is over-communication (yes, she loves to chat!), her foster mom describes her as a Greeter and Patrol.

Frida loves to keep you updated on the neighborhood activities and may bark from time to time to make sure you’re in the loop. She’s a good-humored barker when meeting other new pups, but only because she wants to play! However, as playful as Frida can be, she also loves her down time and beauty rest. At the end of a long and busy day, she loves to crawl into her crate for some well-deserved rest. On top of being expertly crate-trained, she is also potty trained and working hard on her leash skills. She loves short walks with her humans, but she also loves couch time, making her an excellent Netflix-and-chill buddy.

Despite her neurological disorder that makes it difficult for her to balance properly, Frida is otherwise a super healthy and happy pup with an excellent outlook on life. She would do best in a home with no stairs, as she finds them to be a little challenging! Too-long walks are too tiring, so she would also do best with an open yard so she can stretch her legs throughout the day. Being a super smart pooch, Frida loves to learn and train. Top off a training session with a squeaky ball or a tasty treat, and she’ll be your soulmate for life!

Her foster parents even have an Instagram page featuring her! Check it out:

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