Brooklyn came to me as a young puppy all the way from Louisiana. She was a joy as a puppy and loved by everyone. She was eventually adopted out to a family that has since decided that she is too much dog for them. She is high energy. Brooklyn is very strong and needs basic obedience training. She seems to have developed a prey drive and likes to chase deer, squirrels and other small animals. Brooklyn is at that age where she is coming into her own and I am looking for a home with someone who has a good amount of experience with this strong and intelligent breed. Brooklyn goes to the dog park regularly and does well with the larger dogs but she is too much for smaller dogs. If you think you can give Brooklyn a home where she will get the training that she needs then please contact Peggy Stern at 908-246-6451.
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