Name: Freddy Age: 7 Years old Breed: Pit Bull Terrier Favorite Activity: Receiving lots and lots of belly rubs!
Let me start off by saying that Freddy is an absolutely wonderful dog. If you’re reading this and thinking that he’s probably “very aggressive” because he’s a pit bull, you’d be completely wrong. Freddy is the most kind dog I’ve met here at the animal shelter. He’s very quiet and loves to roll around in the grass.
He is perfect for someone who loves to take their dog on walks. He doesn’t tug on the leash and listens to the person holding it very well. He LOVES belly rubs and will definitely keep looking at you for more. He doesn’t bark at other dogs, and my guess is that he would be great with any younger or even older dogs. He would also be extremely perfect for kids.
Freddy is potty trained which is a huge plus. Also he is a guardian angel, which means his adoption fee is already paid for! The adoption fee includes being microchipped, being neutered and being vaccinated!
Note: Last time I met with Freddy, he was looking a bit underweight. If you go into the shelter to find him and he’s not there, ask around because he might be at a foster home for a little TLC.
Pup of the week: Lito!
Lito is a 6 month old Pit Bull Terrier puppy looking for a loving home. Since he is a puppy he will need a bit of manners training as well as lots and lots of love and attention! He loves to bite things so make sure he has plenty of toy on hand as well.
For more information on Freddy click here and for Lito, click here. If you want to see them in person visit the San Marcos Animal Shelter on 750 River Rd, San Marcos, TX 78666.
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