Frisco’s big brown eyes are the window into his tender doggie heart.
The 6-year-old border collie/retriever mix likes to romp around in the grass. He returns to those who call his name with a proud prance. And he’ll sit when prompted.
His long black fur is soft and tamable. His vision is slightly cloudy, but it doesn’t slow him down.
Frisco’s owners relinquished him at Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Services on Sunday.
Anyone interested in adopting Frisco or other animals can visit the SCRAPS shelter at 2521 N. Flora Road, call the shelter at 477-2532 or visit the Web site at www.spokanecounty.org/animal. Dogs cost $75.01 to adopt, which includes a license, neutering, vaccinations, a microchip implant and a trip to the veterinarian.
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