Ideal Home Setting- Fenced yard. Having a family member home part of the day or a dog walker in place is preferred. Having another friendly small dog in the home.
Sweet Brie is a toy poodle who is 3 years old and weighs only 6 pounds. Brie has a gentle nature and is a very quiet little girl. She feels more secure when she is near her person so will follow you from room to room. When she is sitting on your lap and looks up at you, you would think that her whole world revolves around you!
Brie really likes other dogs. She wags her tail and dances around other dogs. She will lay next to them and has learned how to play.
Brie came from a group of dogs rescued from a puppy mill. We’re hoping to find her a home where her new guardian will introduce Brie slowly to new experiences. She is a vibrant little girl who loves attention and races around the yard playing with other dogs.
We’re asking that Brie goes to a home with a fenced yard and to someone home part of the day since she needs a break outside every few hours. She is not used to all of the new sights and sounds she encounters on walks so having a fenced yard resolves this issue because she will be able to get used to the backyard for bathroom breaks and then can be transitioned to a routine of walks for elimination over time. She is being leash trained now though.
Brie is doing much better with her house training habits now that she has been in a foster home for several months. She does fine loose in the house and is not destructive. Brie came from a history of being stuck in a cage so crating her is not a recommended because that is yucky since she spent her life stuck in a cage.
If you enjoy having a little cuddle bug by your side, then Brie is the right baby for you. You will become her whole world and we’ll be there right by your side to help with any questions you need answered along the way. CHR offers behavioral support to help transitional newly adopted dogs into their new home.
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