Hello everyone. My name is Bree. I''ve probably been in foster care longer than any of the other dogs at HSCT. Why so long, you ask? Well, my foster mom says that I deserve an extra, special family, and they are searching for me, but sometimes it takes a while. Once they find me, they''ll be so excited that they did.
Another reason I required more time is because I''m a shy girl. As a matter of fact, the first time we meet, expect me to cower, so extra, special family, you''ll need to be patient with me in the beginning. I''m not unfriendly or standoffish, but strangers do make me uncomfortable until I get to know them.
Once I feel safe, and know I''m loved, I blossom into myself, a beautiful, confident lady. Although, I have not been around children, I might like them if they''re nice to me, but we''d need to meet first. I''m sure they''ll like me, I''m gentle, very graceful, and my coat is extremely soft. I am also quite the aristocrat when prancing on a leash, and I''m one smart cookie, too! When mom tells me no, I obey. I''m easily trained, and do what I''m told.
I get along well with my foster siblings, and have a good time romping in the backyard with them, although a foster sister has taught me how to chase cats. It''s all in fun, and I usually don''t mess with them. Mostly, I''m pretty chill and laidback. What I really love is to be inside, next to my human.
Like many pets, I''m not a fan of loud noises, especially thunder and firecrackers. Thunder-shirts, lavender oil, and lots of petting will calm me. Overall, I''m the sweetest, most wonderful girl, and I''ve been so happy living in my foster home, but now it''s time for my extra, special family to find me, and give me a home of my own.
Is that home yours?
My name is Bree and I''m an Anatolian Shepard Mix. I''m four years old, weigh about sixty pounds, and have been spade. Call the wonderful staff at the Humane Society of Central Texas and let''s set up a meet and greet.