My name is BREWSTER- pending!

Labrador Retriever/Golden Retriever Mix Puppy for adoption in West Milford, New Jersey - BREWSTER- pending
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BREWSTER- pending's Story...
Brewster arrived on January 12th. He is a 12 week old who arrived at 15 pounds big. In the car ride home he did not make a peep. When we got home, he was introduced to to my dogs. The whole process went as smoothly as I could have ever hoped for. What I can tell you about Brewster from his first few hours of being home with me is this: he is your typical, HAPPY, playful pup, he LOVES to cuddle and gives the sweetest kisses, he is not house-broken (but, again, he's only 12 weeks old and is coming from a shelter). He has also discovered the many toys available to him in his foster home and hasn't shown any preferential treatment towards any of them - he loves chasing the balls, as much as he loves tugging with the stuffed toys and chewing on the teething "Chilly Bones" I purchased for him. He is happy playing with whomever is willing to play with him - be it a human or a canine. As I finish typing this first description of him, he is settled down in his crate for the night.

UPDATE: Brewster slept very well in his crate for his first night. I do have one confession to make though,... I stayed up late, watching TV and, at around 1:30am, I decided to let everyone out to do their potty again. The cool air must've woken up Brewster because he was very playful when we came back inside. Since he was playing so nicely and quietly, I decided not to put him immediately back in his crate. Instead, we played for about 45 minutes and when he was ready to go back to sleep, I put him back in the crate then. He didn't make a sound until I woke up again and let him back out around 9am, this morning. Brewster's house-training is going reasonably well when you consider the short time frame that he's been here (not even 24 hours). He understands he needs to do his business outside, but hasn't figured out how to ask. I need to keep a watchful eye on him so I can immediately let him outside when I see him looking for a spot to go. We've been playing a lot today with an assortment of toys and he hasn't really chosen a favorite yet - he loves them all! Being only 12 weeks old, it's understandable that he has a tendency to chew and most times, when it's not a toy or bone, he'll try to nibble on my hand or shirt sleeve. The "Chilly Bones" I purchased in anticipation of this are proving to come in very handy with giving him a more appropriate alternative for something to chew on. Other than that, all I can say is, I AM HAVING A BLAST with having this sweet little boy in my home. He's is so darn adorable that I must've taken over 100 photos of him in all of his cuteness and, like I said, he hasn't even been here for 24 hours yet! As I am finishing typing this next update, I am noticing he has decided it's time a little nap and I think I'll join him,... Have I mentioned he's a wonderful cuddler too? LOVE HIM!

UPDATE: The fun continues,… Seriously, if you can’t handle nonstop cuteness, and if laughing and smiling all the time is not for you, then you need to look elsewhere for a pup, because this little boy is not for you. Let’s see, my biggest update now is, Brewster met his OTHER foster fursibling (my cat) yesterday evening. Boy oh boy, was he ever happy to make a new friend! He greeted him with playful curiosity but was not so overbearing to the point where my cat wanted to run away. House-training continues to go very well,… At one point last night, he had just woken up from a brief little nap in between his play sessions, got up, walked over to me, whimpered and when I took him outside, he immediately piddled! He was put to bed in his crate at around 11:00pm last night (which was hard for me to do because he had climbed into my lap and was starting to dose off) and laid right down to go to sleep. However, at around 3:30 in the morning, one of the other humans in his foster home, had gotten up to use the bathroom (which is fairly close to Brewster’s crate) and inadvertently, woke him up. I heard a little whimper, so I got up, let him out of his crate and took him straight outside and he immediately piddled for me! When we came back inside, I had him go right back into his crate and he laid down and went to sleep like such a good little boy! The pattern continued this morning when I let him out of his crate and took him right outside. I am so proud of him for learning so quickly! Brewster is proving to be such a well-rounded puppy,… He is playful, but not obnoxious. He loves to cuddle, but is just as content with laying down by himself, although he will chose to do so right at my feet. When it gets too quiet in the house and I find myself wondering where he’s at, I never need to look far – just turn my head down to the floor and there he is. J He is also becoming more curious about his surroundings, but when his attention begins to focus on something it shouldn’t (i.e. footwear) then, all I need to do is say “No.” and he leaps back dramatically as if he didn’t realize that was off limits. (‘…annnnnd the Oscar for best dramatic performance while being corrected for something he shouldn’t do goes to,… BREWSTER, for his performance after being caught nibbling on his foster mama’s snowboots!) LOL!

If you are interested in seeing additional photos, please friend Sheryl's Den on Facebook. If you are interested in adopting, please complete and submit an application. Be sure to list the dog's names that you are interested in on the first question within the application. Please be sure your application is complete. The 1st question asks which dogs you are interested in. To see additional dogs, see our adoptable pet list at

This animal is currently fostered in a private home. Our rescue is 100% foster home based. We do not have a shelter or kennel. They are cared for by a loving family until adopted. Each pup has had their first vet exam, a shot, and de-worming, etc We make sure they have no fleas prior to going into our foster homes. They are fostered out of the shelter at least two weeks or more prior to adopting to monitor health. We take their care seriously!

Please note that the adoption appointments will be scheduled after your application is approved. Once adopted, feel free to change the dog's name. You do not have to keep the name listed in this post.


IF YOU ADOPT a pup and live in the State of New Jersey we do have low cost spaying and neutering at very affordable prices. Kindly inquire upon an approved application. We also have an affordable program for out of state adopters.

We also offer low cost micro-chipping! For a low fee of only 20.00 we will have your dog microchipped. You will be able to register the microchip for a low cost fee of only 10.99 at the time of the adoption appointment. The 10.99 fee is a ONE time registration fee. The microchip is for the lifetime of the dog. You have the ability to update the contact information at NO cost. You will also have a one year membership to Home Again. This is a big savings for you.

***** If you're interested in fostering we could always use the help to save more animals. A crate, food, and medical care are provided. The animals are picked up in West Milford, NJ and brought back here for adoption. The time commitment is two to two and a half weeks. Please email letting us know what town you live in and we will forward information to you. *****

Sheryl's Den has teamed up with Petfirst Health care in an effort to offer pet insurance for your adopted family member. If you wish, you can enroll once you adopt or within 20 days after your adoption. Your coverage will begin at midnight following your activation. The first month is only 5.00. If you choose to continue the pet insurance the cost would be 14.95 a month thereafter. Pet insurance protects you from the expense of vet care. No need to worry about unexpected expenses. Details: Use any veterinarian, pay your vet, send claim form to PetFirst, meet the 50.00 deductible, receive your reimbursement check in as little as two weeks. If you would like further information, you can contact PetFirst at 1-877-291-PETS.

Facts about BREWSTER- pending

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever/Golden Retriever Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male

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Why Adoption is a Great Option

BREWSTER- pending, a West Milford Labrador Retriever/Golden Retriever puppy was adopted! Here's how you can benefit by looking at adoption as an option to buying a Labrador Retriever/Golden Retriever for sale in West Milford, or seeking a Labrador Retriever/Golden Retriever puppy from a breeder in West Milford.

  1. Rescues and shelter volunteers in West Milford already know the personality and tendencies of their pets. This means they can match you with the right pet. That will makes it much easier transition to owning a pet for yourself and your new pet.
  2. On average adoption fees are much less than you'd pay a West Milford breeder, or pet store. Plus most often rescue pets have already been to the veterinarian for a check-up, had a round of vaccinations, and are spayed or neutered. That is a lot of savings!
  3. You will become a hero, and give a needy dog or cat a loving home. In fact, there are even Labrador Retriever/Golden Retriever breeders who help with Labrador Retriever/Golden Retriever rescue. One puppy or kitten adopted in West Milford paves the way for another one to be saved.