Frida was callously dumped in a high kill shelter about to give birth. She went into labor and had to have a c-section.

Thank goodness she and her puppies survived the danger of giving birth in a shelter. The Little Red Dog rescued Frida and her 8 puppies and she was such a wonderful good mom to them. The puppies have grown and been adopted out, but she has been left behind. She is a sweet and loving Bull Terrier mix (like the mascot for "Target"), loves to give you 5, and loves to hold hands. She is a playful active girl, but she loves her cuddle time with you too. She gets along with dogs and kids, and could be around cats if you will properly introduce them and work with her. She needs an experienced owner because she does react to dogs while on her leash, but otherwise walks nicely on a leash. She just needs a little more training around other dogs while on her leash. According to her foster mom, she is in her foster home with 4 other large dogs and a few puppies, and loves them all. She has been overlooked for several months now and needs a home to call her own.

The Little Red Dog's next adoption event is on Saturday November 11th at The Lake Forest Petsmart on El Toro Rd from 11-3:00, and the next one after that is at the PetSmart in San Juan Capistrano on November 18th from 11-3:00. We would be happy to do personal meet and greets with her too anywhere between LA and San Diego.

Name: Frida

Breed: Bull Terrier mixed with hound

Age: 1 year 5 months

Gender: Female (spayed)

Organization: The Little Red Dog

Web: www.thelittlereddog.com

Phone: 949-244-5382