Pet of the week: Meet Frosty Blue

Frosty Blue is a 4-year-old lab/hound mix looking for her forever family. (Cheyenne Sharp)

CULLMAN, Ala. – Frosty Blue isn’t usually associated with sunshine, dandelions and long walks in the park, but The Cullman Tribune’s Pet of the Week is changing that association.

Frosty Blue is a warm and gentle combination of lab and hound; she feels the best when she has a job to complete or a task to attend to. Whether the job is a trip to the mailbox or a brisk skip to the park, this sweet soul is most content when her handler is near and comes alive with joy at praise and affection.

Her low to medium energy level, ability to thrive in any paced environment and her honey brown eyes and midnight coat make her an easy and incredible fit for a number of family homes.

This well-mannered 4-year-old girl understands everyone needs their personal space and is still happy to show her love from afar. Like a true lady, leash etiquette is high on her list of accomplishments, knowing when to match pace or stroll leisurely alongside.

Frosty Blue is a current resident at the Cullman County Animal Shelter located at 935 Convent Road NE. Shelter staff recommends a meet and greet between Frosty Blue and any prospective families to ensure a good match.

Frosty Blue’s adoption fee is $130 and includes her spay, DHLPP vaccine, Bordetella vaccine, rabies vaccine, wormer, general exam at the vet and microchip.

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