This is Brandy, and it is no exaggeration to say that she is the sweetest, most gentle dog you will ever meet. Brandy is a 40 lb Beagle/Hound mix - probably about 3-4 years old. When she arrived at her foster home in May on Memorial Day weekend, she was quite pregnant! Brandy gave birth to 6 large, healthy, wonderful puppies who have all since found forever families. Now, Brandy is on the search for her perfect family. Brandy's foster family loves her dearly and will spend all the time in the world making sure she finds the best family ever. Brandy is beautiful, sweet, mostly housebroken, and well-behaved. She does not need to be crated - she does not chew up anything except her dog treats. She gets along with everyone - children young and old, and all people. She loves other dogs and cats too! However, if you are a bunny, beware - you WILL be chased! Brandy should have a walk every day - the longer the better. She loves walks, does very well on a leash, and needs exercise as she doesn't run around a yard too much. She does not have any anxieties at all about thunder, storms, or fireworks. While she does like to snooze the day away, she is a hound and is accustomed to other dogs and people being around her. She would do best as a second or third dog or where someone is home with her for much of the day. She really does not require a fenced in yard ... just a family who loves to take walks with her. If you have a heart for hounds, then Brandy is the perfect girl for you.
The adoption fee of $300.00 will include spay/neuter, microchip, age appropriate/required vaccinations, treatment for heartworm and any other necessary medical treatment to assure a healthy new pup for your family.
If you are interested in adopting, please visit our website at www.starfishanimalrescue.com. Once you complete and submit your dog adoption application we will set up an appointment to meet this pup! Brandy is being fostered in Aurora, IL.
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