DOB: January 2011
Breed/Coloring: Catahoula Leopard Dog Mix
Size: Brenna weighs about 55lbs and is full grown
History: Brenna and her littermates were dumped at a Ventura shelter when they were three months old by a backyard breeder. We rescued them from there right before they would have been euthanized.
Personality: Brenna has a LOT of energy and is very sweet with people.
She can be very affectionate and is SUPER willing to please people.
She is very smart and would do well with proper training - maybe even some Agility Training :)
Training: Brenna has not really had much opportunity to be trained because she has been kenneled most of her life. She will need work on housebreaking, basic obedience, and leash. We strongly recommend starting her off with crate training and an in-home consultation with a trainer. We are prepared to lower her adoption fee to offset the cost of an in-home trainer. As smart as she is, we don't think that it will take her long to become a fantastic member of any household.
Would Do Best: Brenna would do best as an only-dog in a home with a large yard space. She needs a family that will spend time on her training and that has some experience with training a larger, young dog. Please read about her breed and their needs here:
Vet Record :All of our dogs are currently vaccinated, spayed/neutered and microchipped prior to adoption.
Cats, Dogs and Kids: Brenna cannot be with cats or other dogs because of her breed and prey drive. She would be great with older children that could withstand her energy level and size because she will want to PLAY PLAY PLAY.
Availability: This dog is available for adoption now and is being fostered or kenneled in the San Fernando Valley area. Please email us and we will send you an adoption application. Local adoptions only.
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