You can see just a bit of a sign that this pup has had difficult times...at some point Brooke hurt her leg and was never given the medical help that was needed. But Brooke is a trooper and has overcompensated for her leg..she gets around well and is playful and happy. And not for sweet Brooke to ever be negative..a smile and a wag is more her style. It's clear that she has left her pain behind.
Farfel's Rescue is searching for a calm and very loving family for Brooke. This could be retirees who love to spend time with their furry best friend (she's the best lap pup ever)...she would thrive on the time and attention that they often put into their pets. Or a family with dog-crazy older kids would be perfect as well. While Brooke isn't a hiker, she would be the best friend and companion anyone could hope for. Brooke, once bonded, will be a loyal and positive companion. This makes her very easy to spend time with just enjoying the wonders of life in Colorado. Brooke would also enjoy time with dogs of similar size who can be gentle playmates. When you're only 12 lbs, even a very well-adjusted pup can be intimidated by large, rambunctious dogs.
Brooke has a stunning non-shedding coat with the most beautiful silver streaks running through it. She therefore will require a commitment to periodic grooming and great nutrition to keep her coat cottony-soft and matt-free. .
Brooke is being loved in a foster home in the Denver area. Applications are currently being accepted and can be found at http://farfelsrescue.com/adoption/. If you're interested in this sweet and cuddly best friend, please fill out and return to email@example.com, fax to 303-443-7730, or mail a hard copy to Farfel's Farm 906 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302.
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