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Cuddle Bug

Bully mix | 70lbs | Female | 10 months old | Good with dogs | Unknown with cats | Unknown with kids | Crate trained | House trained | Fostered in Kitchener, ON

Vetting: No known health concerns

Adoption Fee: $600

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Freya came to us as a very nervous girl that preferred to hide away in her crate and quietly sleep the day away. While she still loves her crate, she has spent a lot of time in her foster home learning that the world has a lot more to offer than the four walls of her crate. After three weeks, her true colours are finally starting to show.

Freya enjoys exploring, and playing, and is very curious about what you’re up to in the home. She is one of the most loving, cuddly girls you will ever meet once she warms up to you. Freya loves her people and shows it through her big, goofy personality.

Although Freya is starting to come out of her shell, this is primarily due to patience, slow exposure and the help of her foster sisters. Freya took 3 full days to decompress in her new home - where her foster family allowed her to stay in her safe spot for as much time as she needed. After those three days, Freya needed a patient handler that could help her see how cool the world is. Freya has now learned to settle in the home outside of her crate and has recently started going for longer neighbourhood walks. She knows “sit”, “down”, “place” and “crate” commands. She is still learning her leash manners and can be very strong when spooked by loud noises. For this reason, she prefers quiet trails and will require more leash training.

Here is what Freya's foster home has to say about her!

"Freya is very playful and will “throw punches” so she would be better suited to a home with children that are older or dog savvy. Freya quickly makes dog friends and regularly looks to her two foster siblings for guidance on what to do when unsure.

She is her most confident with her sisters around and would love to go to a home with another calm, confident dog to help her learn the rules. While she prefers to have her siblings around, she is working towards independence and could be suitable as an only dog with a patient and understanding handler."

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