Brandy – Female – 9 years old – GRRALL #0566
Brandy Update 1/16/17: Brandy is doing great and loving life! Our girl is adjusted to her foster home very quickly. She is a sweetheart, gets along well with dogs and cats, never had an accident in the house, even on day one, never had to be crated, and is just happy to be alive. Foster Mom says she is a tug-of-war champion and when you are sitting she will bring you a toy, drop it in your lap, meaning she is ready to play! Brandy is a strong and sturdy girl and is working on improving her leash skills. Our beautiful Brandy is a 9 year old puppy just waiting to find the perfect adopter, to love and care for forever and ever.
Brandy beat the odds, her life was saved with minutes to spare, thanks to volunteers who dropped everything to rescue her before time ran out. Big beautiful Brandy is now a GRRALL Queen and we are looking forward to helping find her a forever home. Brandy was discarded at a local shelter when her owners moved. She is about 9 years old, a Golden/Lab mix, 89 pounds, and full of life and energy. Thankfully she is heartworm negative (yeah!), and could use some spa time, but nothing unusual for a mature girl who wasn’t treated like royalty. The volunteer who rescued her said Brandy was just so excited and thankful to be sprung, all wiggly, with her tail wagging like crazy, so sweet and friendly and happy. Brandy is a sturdy girl, great personality, and will make some lucky adopter a fantastic companion.
Brandy needs a foster home, so if you are if you are interested in fostering or adopting from GRRALL please submit an application at grralliance.org/adopt
GRRALL serves the Dallas-Fort Worth/North Texas area. We do not adopt outside this region and cannot ship dogs. If you are out of our area please contact your local Golden Retriever Rescue, local independent adoption groups, shelters, humane society, or other group to find your perfect forever friend
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