Can you say “Cheese”?
My name is Brie. I’m one of the lucky ones ‘cause I live in a foster home instead of doggie jail.
I’m trying to be patient while I wait for a real family to adopt me into a loving forever home.
This is what my foster mom says about me:
“My foster Mom says I display excitement and happiness at all times! I am high energy and love to play outside, as one of my favorite past times is to show off how I do figure eights in the yard.
I am crate trained and know how to sit for you. I am a submissive girl to humans and am respectful to children of all ages.
I am currently looking for an active family who is familiar with bigger dogs. My foster Mom says I need to be the only pet in the house so please keep that in mind when considering me.
I promise to show my gratitude by being your best friend.”
You can contact me at http://www.homeatlastdogrescue.com/
The e-mail address:
Home at Last is not a regular shelter. They are a group of volunteers who pull dogs from shelters and provide foster homes until they can be adopted. The adoption fee of $275 covers the shelter fee for the dogs rescued and transportation from the shelter to the foster home plus spay/neuter.