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I have an Adoption Application Pending!
American Blue Heeler/Mix
Date of Birth
June 14, 2021
About Mr. Freeze
“I’m Mr. Freeze! I’m a happy, energetic young dog who loves playing with my canine foster brother, barking at my feline foster sisters and spooning with my humans. I also give many, many kisses. (Probably because I happily receive so many kisses on my soft, squishy head.)
I arrived at my foster home in the middle of December, perfectly house-trained. I know how to wait by the door when I need to go out and haven’t had a single accident inside. With the help of my foster brother and some treats I am learning: Sit, Wait, Stay, Down, and Come. I’ve also recently learned I like going out on a leash. I stay very close to the person walking me, almost touching them the whole time. I’d like it if those passing by – other dogs or people – wanted to stop and say “Hi” but if they keep walking, I just keep walking too. Maybe next time.
I still eat my food like it’s a race, and I eat it away from my foster brother just so neither of us has to worry about one of our noses accidentally making its way into the other guy’s bowl. My cuteness profile includes the wiggliest bum and tail. I’m still kind of short and stocky – my people call me “Dozer”, like bulldozer – and although I’m pretty strong.
I’m also still a mouthy puppy who likes to take apart toys and chew on all the things. I used to really like shoes and slippers but then they suddenly all disappeared?! I haven’t spent much time in my crate – I cried so much when I was in there and just really wanted to be near my people, it worked! To prove I’m trustworthy I’ve been left home alone a few times, for a few hours (well, the cats were hiding somewhere) and I didn’t get into any mischief.
My foster parents keep telling me that whoever adopts me is going to be the luckiest person or family ever. I can’t wait to meet them! I’m sweet, smart, silly and SO snuggly!” – xo, Mr. Freeze
Good with Cats?
Dog Savvy Cats Only
Good with Dogs?
Yes, Good with Dogs
Good with Kids?
Only tested with older teens
Do I Need Special Care?