Adoptable Dog of the Week – Brody
Handsome and smart – what a winning combination! Our Adoptable Dog of the Week is Brody, a year old Australian Cattle Dog mix from Billings, Montana. This playful pooch is neutered, housetrained, and up to date on his vaccinations. Brody is a friendly fella that does well with other dogs and cats. Because of his cattle dog genes, his rescuers recommend he goes to a home without young children.
To no fault of his own, Brody found himself in a shelter when his previous adopter’s circumstances changed. He’s looking for a forever home this time- he’s a loyal and loving companion and would love to have someone that could shower him with love in return. Brody weighs 50 pounds and he’s not too big, not too small- but he’d do best in a home with a big backyard where he can play to his heart’s desire. He’s a sweet and friendly pooch with a lot of energy to spare. Owing to his cattle dog DNA, he’s keenly intelligent and needs to be mentally stimulated- he’ll easily get bored otherwise.
Not surprisingly, Brody is an active and playful dog that will love to go on walks, run around, fetch… both most of all, herd! His instinct to round-up cattle transfers to young kids, too, so if he’s around little kids, he’ll try to herd them- which is why his rescuers recommend adoption by an adult-only family. As for other pets, you won’t have any problems- sweet Brody does well both with other dogs and cats.
Brody makes an ideal pet for someone who’s active, has a backyard for him to play in, and wants to include their pet in day to day activities. If you think that this sounds just perfect, contact Circle 2 Rescue – Montana Chapter to learn more about Brody and how he can become a part of your family.