Frida is a sweet senior who has lived outside all her life. At 10 years old, she now enjoys the comforts of an indoor home and is learning new manners for inside the house including potty training. A regular potty schedule is important for her. Frida has had a lot of change in her life recently, so it isn’t surprising that she has some anxiety issues. She can take a while to adjust to living with other dogs and may have some squabbles with them. She soaks up love and attention from her people although it takes her longer to warm up to men. Frida can’t get enough attention from her people which may be why she is slow to share that with other animals in the house.
Frida’s right eye was removed due to uncontrolled glaucoma, which you may not notice right away because she has the most amazing tan eyebrows. She has partial vision in her left eye and will need on-going eye medication for it. Frida navigates well, can get up on the furniture and never has a problem finding her person. Being with you and getting belly rubs are favorite pastimes, although she also enjoys chewing on her toys (and sometimes the laundry). Frida needs a quiet home with a yard and people who are home most of the day. Frida is learning a lot in her foster home, but gets nervous when picked up and car rides are scary. This sweet and silly girl is a loyal companion that will bring much love and laughter to her forever home.