I love people; especially ones who give me massages, peanut butter and let me snooze in the sun. I have a favorite spot, right behind my ears, that I like to get rubbed. When that happens, I make a funny sound, because it feels so good!
I would rather not spend my time jogging or wrestling with energetic dogs since I’m a really mellow guy. In fact, I think I would do best in an household as your only pet. I love to eat and currently working on sharing my food, treats and toys. I’d rather have them all for myself. I’m already house and crate trained, walk very nicely on the leash and take treats gently out of your hands.
Now, hold your breath, I successfully graduated from advanced obedience school. Yes, that is right. I’m a smart, handsome, young boy. I’m not one of those overly hyper kind of dogs. I do get excited when I see my human but I’m a bit on the shy side and will need some time to get to know and trust my new family but please know that I want one so badly. All I need is a house full of soft beds, people who like snuggles and just a few yummy treats!
Can’t wait to meet you soon…
**This dog is with Corridor Rescue in Houston, Texas but is available for transport to most major US and Canadian cities via United Airlines PetSafe for an additional $275. A customs fee may apply at Canadian airports. Ground transportation to Colorado is available for $75, and several locations in the northeastern US for $175.
Briles’ adoption fee of $200 covers training, spay/neuter, microchip and current vaccines.
We are a street dog rescue in Houston, Texas seeking to place rescued dogs in loving homes across the US and Canada. Our region has more homeless animals than homes, so we look outside of our area for adopters.
Please apply to adopt or foster Briles online at www.corridorrescue.org.
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