Ruff Ruff! My name is Brewster - in Maine
Brewster - in Maine's Info...
|Breed:||Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) Mix||Color:||Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)||Age:||Young|
|Size:||Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less||Sex:||Male|
I am already neutered, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
November 2013 Brewster is taking classes with our friends at Finish Forward Dogs (www.finishforwarddogs.com) and is doing great learning to control his impulses and show his smart brain! Brewster can be nervous at first meeting with new humans and new dogs, but once he knows and trusts you he becomes your snuggle buddy. In his foster home he has two dogs smaller than him and they are buddies. He has been with cats and been fine. He is housetrained and crate-trained and loves to dive under the covers with you. He would like being an only dog, but could also live with some compatible canine buddies. He needs a good leader that will help him remember the rules but also who continues to help him gain confidence.
Brewster is not a super big fan of his crate but has learned it's just a fact of life and he deals with it. When you tell him it's time for bed he goes right in after a "bedtime biscuit" and settles right down. He is very food motivated so teaching him new things is easier with food. He has many terrier tendencies so a new home with terrier experience would be a big plus.
Brewster is in a new foster placement with two canine buddies that are smaller than him and he is loving life - snuggling with the humans, learning to meet new people and dogs with comfort, and having fun!
Sweetie pie Brewster was returned to us because it was too hard for him to adapt to big city life in Boston. He is back with us in foster care and doing great without all the hustle and bustle. When he first meets new dogs he has to act all big and brave but before long he is playing chase with them. We are going to work on socializing him some more but if you have a quieter lifestyle and are ready for a snuggle buddy, Brewster may just be your tiny little guy. He likes to get right under the covers with his humans.
Brewster is a little cutie who thinks he is a big dog. He loves attention from humans and needs reminders that it's Ok to share that attention when other dogs are around. He will stand up as tall as he can to be sure you notice him ; 0 ) He will follow his humans everywhere and he loves to snuggle on the couch or in bed. He can be hesitant meeting new people but once they are "sniff-approved" he is fine. He is a very smart, social, and trainable little guy. He is quite food motivated so he needs to be fed separately from other dogs.
Brewster is fine with the cats in his foster home - if they run, he will chase them but when they stop running he puts the brakes on too. It's a pretty funny sight!
Brewster's ideal home would be filled with attention from humans - he could live with other dogs or as an "only child" - he is crate-trained and housetrained, and needs a good leader who will make sure he follows the rules, and one that doesn't baby him because he's tiny and cute.
Wouldn't you like to add this guy to your family?!
To apply to adopt Brewster, please access our application from our website, www.luckypuprescue.org.
Please note: We do not have a physical location, but we are supported by a network of wonderful foster homes that are spread throughout New England. A dog will need to be visited by a prospective adopter in the foster home where they are feeling safe and comfortable.
Thank you for considering rescue!
More information about Lucky Pup Rescue
Rescue Group Info...
We are a volunteer-run organization dedicated to saving dogs that are surrendered locally or that are in danger in high-kill shelters. Our only desire is to place our dogs with loving forever homes. All dogs are in foster care prior to adoption for a minimum of one week, and you are welcome to meet available dogs after your application is approved.
You may make a donation directly on our site with any "donate" button. Our paypal address is email@example.com. You may also contact us regarding payment by check or in-kind donations.
We do not have a physical facility, all our dogs are cared for in foster families. Once approved through our rescue we will make arrangements for you to meet your potential new family member.
We require a completed application, reference checks and a home visit before families meet a prospective new family member. Our adoption fee is $300.00 for dogs 6 and under, $250.00 for dogs 7 and older.