Adoptable Dog of the Week- Brody
If this adorable doofus face doesn’t knock you off your feet, I don’t know what will! Our Adoptable Dog of the Week is Brody, a 3 year old Saint Bernard, Chow Chow and Labrador mix from Dillsburg, Pennsylvania. This gentle giant is neutered and up to date with his vaccinations. Brody would fit in fine in a family with older children but would prefer to be the only pet in the household.
This handsome fella came to the rescue accompanied by his brother, Zeke (who is also available for adoption). Their previous owner wasn’t able to care for them, but, hopefully, both of them will soon find their own loving families! Although they are siblings, these boys are more than ready to be independent- they are looking for separate homes.
A true sweetheart, he’ll love to kick back with you after he had a bit of exercise. Due to his size and activity level, this four-legged hunk would benefit from quality playtime at the dog park or a fenced backyard, as well as long daily walks around the block. Brody walks well on a leash and knows “sit” and “stay”. He is also very treat motivated (go figure!), so teaching him some more cool tricks and commands could be in the cards, if you have a bit of patience and experience with dog training.
Brody is what you’d call a gentle giant. His impressive stature is no match for the size of his heart- and that’s saying a lot. He loves people and dogs alike and is not shy about showing it. While he’s a friendly pooch, due to his big size, his rescuers recommend he goes to a home where he would be the only pet. Similarly, he’d be a better match for a family with older children.
In case you want to give a furever home to this adorable pooch and feel you’ve got what it takes to be his pawrent, contact Canine Rescue of Central PA for more information on how to apply for adoption.
A proud mama to seven dogs and ten cats, Angela spends her days writing for her fellow pet parents and pampering her furballs, all of whom are rescues. When she's not gushing over her adorable cats or playing with her dogs, she can be found curled up with a good fantasy book.
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