As a City Official, I work with animal control often...they do their job and keep their head down, trying not to get emotionally involved or they would never be able to continue working. I had one officer that did an awesome job day in and day out. We did many rescues and wellness checks together, but there was only one time EVER she went out of her way to ask me to save a sweet dog and that baby was Brownie. Brownie was the victim of an animal abuse case where he was starved and mistreated. The officer has filed charges against its owner and carried this fragile animal to safety. Brownie had to stay at the animal shelter until the case went through trial. Daily she would see him and make sure he was cared for. Once that was over, this officer called and said "I've never met a better dog who deserves a real chance at a loving home....can Proverbs please help?" So I did make sure this baby was safe.
When it left the shelter, he was hairless and HW positive. Well after all it's health treatments, this baby is ready to to find its forever home full of love and tender kindness....because that is what Brownie is. Pure love, kindness. And tenderness. Brownie is a shar-pei around 5 years old. He loves people!!...and people love him.He is great with other dogs but not sure about cats. We are in search of an exceptional home to provide the love that this sweet baby deserved its whole life. Come help us make up for Brownie's lost time...adopt him today!!
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