BREANNA - ADOPTION PENDING's Info...
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BREANNA - ADOPTION PENDING's Story...
Breanna - Wichita, KS
If you are interested in adopting Breanna, please submit an adoption application at www.abgra.org. For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Sweet little Breanna is a shy, gentle, totally adorable little purebred Brussels Griffon girl. She will ask to be picked up and then give you a soft little kiss when she is in your lap. She also loves to snuggle in big fluffy cuddle beds!
Breanna gets along well other dogs, but will probably be fine as an only dog – as long as she isn’t left alone too often or for very long at a time. She is timid with new people, but is food motivated, so a treat usually wins her over. She is working on her house training. She becomes a little anxious during thunderstorms and wants in your lap where she feels safe.
She loves to go outside and watch the toads jump around on the other side of the fence! She is fascinated by them and sometimes doesn’t want to come back inside. However, when you say “Breanna” firmly, she lies down & rolls over to be picked up. Breanna is a darling girl and will make some lucky person a wonderful, loving companion once she knows and trusts you. She will thrive in a quiet, loving home with no children & a securely fenced yard.
Breanna was born 1/3/08 and weighs just 10.7 lbs. She is healthy, spayed, micro chipped, up-to-date on vaccinations, heart worm negative and taking preventative. She is being fostered near Wichita KS and only applications within driving distance will be considered. However, if you live farther away and are approved, you may fly to Wichita & she will fly home in the cabin with you. Under no circumstances, can she ever be shipped in cargo.
We never place our dogs in homes with invisible (electric) fencing & we never ship our dogs in cargo or transport them to adoptive homes. Doggy doors are OK as long as they are secured at night and when you are gone. Breanna is small enough to be carried away by a coyote or other predator so should never be outside alone.