Finnick is a character in the Disney film Zootopia. Finnick is a slender fennec fox, small in size and with extra large ears.
Finnick lost his home after suffering from an injury that caused a broken pelvis. His family realized they could not afford the care of a dog and relinquished him.
Adoption Fee: $150
Breed: Pit Bull
Age: 10 to 24 mths
Weight: 35 to 45 Lbs
Color: Red brown
Finnick has pretty much fully recovered from a broken pelvis injury obtained last November. He's doing great and only has a mild limp from time to time, that is barely noticeable. It doesn't affect his happy personality whats so ever. Finn is otherwise healthy and ready for adoption.
Smaller than average; this little guy is only 35-45 lbs or so. We believe he still has a little growing up to do but he will definitly not be very big as an adult.
Finnick has a beautiful reddish brown coat and THE cutest ears!!! He looks like an adorable little Fennec fox.
Finnick is fostered in a home with adults and an older female Pit Bull. Teenagers visit the home on a regular basis.
Very sweet little guy who loves to cuddle. Mildly energetic but a little more on the easy-going side. Finnick is eager to please and somewhat submissive without being a pushover. He seems quite smart and eager to learn. This little guy is full of potential,
Behavior with people:
Very loving with his loved ones. He is sometimes a little unsure when meeting new people, especially men, but warms up eventually. When comfortable, Finn is quite the little loverboy and has made a ton of fans with the volunteers during his stay at the shelter. Little guy is pretty hard to resist.
Behavior with children:
Finnick occasionally ressource guards and kids are not always able to read dogs well. Because of this, and because he is a sensitive little guy, he will not be placed in a home with children under 18. His foster family is working on his behavior and he is improving by leap and bounds.
Behavior with other dogs:
Finnick likes his foster sister but the two of them play hard. Sometimes things escalate a little so they need to be supervised. We believe Finnick would do best as an only pet or could go in a home with a compatible female if the owners understand the breed very well.
Behavior with other animals:
Finnick seems to have a bit of a prey drive. A home with no cats is preferred.
Finn is working on basic commands. He is very smart and eager to please. Great combination for training.
Well those ears!! But as if it wasn't enough, his loving personality is just as endearing. The little guy loves to cuddle and be loved on. His adoring eyes are irresistible.