This pretty little 2 year old was a stray who found her way to ABR and a foster home with grandkids and other dogs and lots of praise because she is so good. Frida has a pretty light fawn coat with flashy white in all the right places, natural ears and wiggly nub. Her foster mom says it wiggles so fast she folds her body in half: the Boxer kidney bean dance! Frida is a small female at 45 pounds and heartworm negative.

Frida is a spunky little girl who talks to her foster mom to get her attention. She’s OK in her crate but has not needed to be crated as she has not been destructive, found the doggy door immediately, and gets along well with the other dogs in the house. She is always happy and loves to play with toys, the other dogs and in the sprinkler. She is house and leash trained.

Frida gets lots of praise because she is so well behaved and responds to direction very well. While she is energetic, curious and full of life she also knows the boundaries and rules. Frida would probably do best with an active family and probably a dog buddy to play off some energy too. This little charmer is ready for her forever family.