og Story: I’m Freddy the Foster and I am looking to legally change my last name, but I need a family to love and adopt me first! I know I’m biased but I think I’m super cute and a great catch.I am a laid-back Britt (even though I am only 2 years old!) I love taking naps under the coffee table, especially if you have carpeting. Of course I get excited when I go outside! I love running around the backyard and following my new Brittany foster brother, he’s a little older and showing me the ropes around here. I can’t really remember my life before ABR, but I do have nice house manners! I have already learned to lay down for a belly rub and learning sit and stay too. I do enjoy food and my foster family is teaching me not to sniff their plates even though it smells so good. I love my crate and feel comfortable hanging out in my den, which is a good thing because my foster family told me I have something called Heartworms. I could really use someBrittany Buddyhelp with my medical care. I will be in my crate almost all the time during my Heartworm treatment but my foster family promised they will get me puzzles and squeaky toys so I don’t get too bored. Soon I will be good as new and ready for a forever family! Love, Freddy Foster parents here: Freddy is a joyful boy who really was a sparkling diamond in the rough! Freddy was found filthy and matted when he arrived at the shelter, but after a good bath and grooming Freddy shined like a show dog. He is housetrained, crate trained, well-behaved in the house and goes to the door to be let out. Freddy loves following our older Brittany around and takes cues from everything his big brother does. He also loves following humans just to be close by and see what we’re doing around the house! Freddy had a thorough medical evaluation with our veterinarians and is neutered, current on vaccinations and microchipped. Freddy tested positive for early-stage Heartworm and is beginning his course of Heartworm treatment. While undergoing Heartworm treatment Freddy will require weeks of crate rest, leash walks and quiet recovery as his physical exertion must be limited. The expenses for Freddy’s veterinary care and Heartworm treatment have been significant and anyBrittany Buddysponsors are greatly appreciated – allBrittany Buddydonations will go directly towards helping with the costs of Freddy’s medical care. As soon as his Heartworm treatment is complete in the next couple of months, Freddy will be ready to move on to his new home! In the meantime Freddy will be on the lookout for his forever family. If you’re interested in a handsome liver and white gentleman please submit the adoption application and mention Freddy-4758, then get in touch with his foster family! Freddy was found as a stray in southern Alabama and the local shelter contacted ABR. Our vets got Freddy back in great shape and ready to move to ABR foster care in Florida where Freddy will complete his Heartworm treatment.