found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
Find a pet to adopt
My name is Brownie!
Facts about Brownie
- Breed: Australian Shepherd/Australian Cattle Dog Mix
- Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With White
- Age: Adult
- Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
- Sex: Female
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
If you have questions, or are interested in meeting this fantastic pet, please visit our website at: www.goodkarmamn.org and click on Adoption Application.
Australian Shepherd/Heeler mix
about 2 yrs old/ 37 lbs
Good with kids. Good with dogs (with proper introductions) Cats unknown.
Brownie is sweet and submissive girl. She is just learning about the big wide world as she lived a fairly sheltered life before Good Karma. She lives in a foster home with children and does great with them. She enjoys her new found attention, and loves to be praised and pet. She sleeps in her kennel at night and never makes a fuss and also kennels when alone during the day. She enjoys being outside in the fenced yard and also appears to be house trained. She is a very laid back girl who likes to take things a bit slower as this concept of being a beloved pet is new to her, but she is catching on very quickly! She has true heart of gold and is looking for someone to help her explore her new found life of love!!
My adoption fee is $400, which includes all vaccinations, alteration, and microchip! Please visit www.goodkarmamn.org to fill out an adoption application. Once the application is received, an awesome representative of Good Karma will contact you to answer any questions you may have and/or set up a time for you to meet your new pet! Good Karma Animal Rescue’s approval process includes conducting a home visit before adopters take their new pet home.
A note on breed determination: Good Karma Animal Rescue of MN bases our breed determination on appearance, our own knowledge, and/or information from the sending shelters or previous owners. Because most of our adoptable dogs were previously in shelters, we can’t be 100% sure of a dog’s breed mix.