Freckles was born in my home on February 11, 2013 after rescuing her very pregnant mother who had been dumped in a local park here in San Antonio, Texas. I named her Freckles because her front paws are marked with what looks like Freckles. There were more of them across her body when she was a baby but she still has them on her front legs. She is a 30 pound Labrador Retriever/Beagle Blend. She has reached her adult height and weight. She was adopted out to a single lady as a puppy and returned to me 1 month ago at no fault of her own. Her previous owner changed her lifestyle that did not include dogs. She is a mildly active dog but not destructive, she does not bother anything in the house that is not her toys. Her ideal home would be with someone who could walk her on a regular basis or someone who wants a running buddy. Even though she is almost 5 years old, she still plays with toys and other dogs like a puppy. Freckles really appreciates a human that loves her, she is very devoted and will give you love daily Freckles is not one of those dogs that kisses you all the time but she'll reward you for a head scratch if you ask her for a kiss. She has pretty shiny brown nails that look as if they were painted. She rides well in a car, walks great on a leash. She sleeps in a doggy bed in a crate with the door open. She does not need a crate and you can completely trust her in your home alone. She will just patiently wait for your return. Freckles is friends to everyone, kids, senior citizens, cats and all dogs, she has no fear of any humans and she like to say hello to your company. Really Freckles would be a great FIRST pet for a family who has never owned a dog, she is very low maintenance. She is well behaved and would make a great family pet. Freckles would love to have another home that truly means a forever home. I still have her baby pictures and would love to share them with the family who would consider making Freckles part of their family. Freckles is up to date on her vaccinations, rabies, she has been dewormed and she is Heartworm NEGATIVE! She will not need to see a vet until 2019, she is in great health. Her medical records will come with her at the time of adoption.