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About Freckles

Adoption Fee: $350.00

Freckles is an 11 month old, 25 lb pointer mix. He is very sweet and loves to meet people and dogs. We also believe that Lotus is his mom. They love to play together.  Freckles being a puppy has typical puppy behavior, including biting when playing with you.  This puppy is all heart.  Please, Please pay attention to me.  Freckles is a lot of energy to deal with but once he learns your wavelength you will just love that energy together.  He is so friendly and so eager to please, it just wins you over.  He walks pretty well on a leash, sort of all over the place but that's what they do if they have not been trained on a leash.  He likes kids, he likes everyone who will play with him.  He loves playing with the other dogs, not sure about cats.



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Partnership for Animal Welfare

P.O. Box 1074 Greenbelt MD 20768

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