WE ARE A BONDED PAIR!

The dogs featured on this page are those who are bonded to each other and must be adopted together.!

Fred

  • AARCS # A36937303
  • Male
  • Breed: Terrier, Yorkshire/Mixed
  • Est. DOB: 10/27/2011
  • Size: Small
  • located in Edmonton
  • Freya

  • AARCS # A36937295
  • Female
  • Breed: Terrier, Yorkshire/Mixed
  • Est. DOB: 10/27/2011
  • Size: Small
  • located in Edmonton
  • Story

    Fred:Looking for a lap to snooze on!

    I came to AARCS after a very sheltered life with my sister Freya and am now excited about learning how this big world works! I know I get lots of praise when I potty outside, but for some reason no one gives me any treats when I go inside, still trying to figure these rules out, don’t you guys know it’s cold outside? I’ve got a big appetite but I’m not a fan of kibbles since I’ve had some teeth taken out. But I don’t miss them since they weren’t any good anyway. My favourite thing is to be near people, on laps, carried around- especially up the stairs, stairs are hard! You two-leggers make it look so easy! I really like being around my foster sisters because they’re small and laid back like me. I haven’t met any kids yet, but I think I might not be too scared of older ones. All in all, I’m starting to get the hang of this home stuff but it’s a lot to take in!

    I’m a sweet snuggler!


    Freya:Photos courtesy of Renata Ruch Photography

    Freya is a beautiful girl that loves to be near you (and her new cat buddy)

    Although Freya is 6 years old, she knows very little about the world around her. Spending most of the hours of the day in a crate, her exposures have been limited. She is very shy and can be a little nervous with sudden movements and being picked up. There is another small dog in the house but, as of right now, she has no interest in playing with him or any of his toys. She is learning routines around the house such as treats in the morning after a visit outside, what her food dish looks like when brought out of the fridge, and to go outside when the other dog does. Freya is currently learning how to climb up and down stairs and we will try to have her switch to kibbles once her mouth has healed from her recent dental extractions. She is house trained but has had the occasional accident it is important that you are diligent with putting her out often. Once Freya is all healed and healthy, she will be a great addition to a loving home.

    • AARCS_cat
      Good with Cats?
      Yes, Good with Cats
    • AARCS_dog
      Good with Dogs?
      Yes, Good with Dogs
    • AARCS_KidTested
      Good with Kids?
      Not tested with Kids
    • AARCS_SpecialNeeds
      Does this Animal have Special Needs?
      Freya: Both, Medical and Behavioral
      Just had teeth removed, still underweight

      Fred: Yes, Behavioral Special Needs

      Separation anxiety, potty training.

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