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My name is Brown!
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For the LOVE of DOGS Rescue

Facts about me

Breed
Border Terrier
Color
Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Browney came to us scared out of his wits! He was fearful of pretty much everything! As you can see in the slideshow below he is figuring out that there are great friends to be had.. human and canine.. games to play.. and lots of tender loving care to soak up!! Browney is a wonderful sweet dog who will need someone to love and care for him .. someone who will enjoy the rewarding journey of helping a young dog find confidence.. every day Brown blooms just a little more.. He now greets us all with unbridled enthusiasm.. kisses and affection.. and best of all a waggy tail!!
We are very impressed with and surprised by how quickly Brown trusts and bonds once he stops freaking out.. We are helping him to respond to new people by using his natural doggie skills.. relax ..assess the person by feeling energy.. using scent and reading body language instead of right away assuming stranger = danger!!

Meanwhile he is having a great time with his office/house dogs pack.. he plays and plays with all his friends especially Harriet.. He LOVES going for pack walks and is getting braver by the day!! Brown used to hide when people came into the office.. usually in the cubby hole seen below in a few slideshow photos!! Now he only does that with new people.. but he also warms up much faster too! Brown is a much beloved scruffy, adorable sweet dog.. We are all enjoying our time with him.. he makes us all so proud!! His thank yous are the best!!! PS when he first came to us Browns tail seemed to be glued tight between his legs.. but now in his body language.. see below in slide show.. his tail is most often where we like to see it.. and even goes up when hes extra happy and excited!! YAY BROWN!

Browney has graduated to the big dogs kennel.. he lives happily in the barn with a pack of buddies! He still has moments of uh-oh freak outs but way less and he is much easier to reassure! Hes a GREAT and eccentric dog!! We all love him to bits!

​Browney had a professional grooming and was SUCH a good boy!! Sandi our fabulous serenading dog groomer and friend fell in love with Browney.. as we all have.. He is incredibly endearing!
Browney came to us scared out of his wits! He was fearful of pretty much everything! As you can see in the slideshow below he is figuring out that there are great friends to be had.. human and canine.. games to play.. and lots of tender loving care to soak up!! Browney is a wonderful sweet dog who will need someone to love and care for him .. someone who will enjoy the rewarding journey of helping a young dog find confidence.. every day Brown blooms just a little more.. He now greets us all with unbridled enthusiasm.. kisses and affection.. and best of all a waggy tail!!
We are very impressed with and surprised by how quickly Brown trusts and bonds once he stops freaking out.. We are helping him to respond to new people by using his natural doggie skills.. relax ..assess the person by feeling energy.. using scent and reading body language instead of right away assuming stranger = danger!!

Meanwhile he is having a great time with his office/house dogs pack.. he plays and plays with all his friends especially Harriet.. He LOVES going for pack walks and is getting braver by the day!! Brown used to hide when people came into the office.. usually in the cubby hole seen below in a few slideshow photos!! Now he only does that with new people.. but he also warms up much faster too! Brown is a much beloved scruffy, adorable sweet dog.. We are all enjoying our time with him.. he makes us all so proud!! His thank yous are the best!!! PS when he first came to us Browns tail seemed to be glued tight between his legs.. but now in his body language.. see below in slide show.. his tail is most often where we like to see it.. and even goes up when hes extra happy and excited!! YAY BROWN!

Browney has graduated to the big dogs kennel.. he lives happily in the barn with a pack of buddies! He still has moments of uh-oh freak outs but way less and he is much easier to reassure! Hes a GREAT and eccentric dog!! We all love him to bits!

​Browney had a professional grooming and was SUCH a good boy!! Sandi our fabulous serenading dog groomer and friend fell in love with Browney.. as we all have.. He is incredibly endearing!
Rescue

For the LOVE of DOGS Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
Ossining, NY 10562

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Application Submission Our application is designed to help us get to know you, the type for dog that would best fit your home & the particular qualities you are looking for in the dog you want to make a member of your family. All of us at Love Dogs spend a great deal of quality time with every dog in our care. We've had the honor of befriending hundreds of dogs, each one unique and beautiful.. As a result we have learned an incredible amount about dogs in general and what it is they like about people! The more we know about you, the better we will be at match making! When you submit your application, please ask your references to call our Reference Hotline at 845-204-8253 to leave their recommendation on our reference voicemail. Application Processing Once your references have left their recommendations on our system, we will be able to complete processing on your application, after which, we will be in touch to discuss next steps, answer & ask any lingering questions and plan the path ahead! Once approved we will contact you to schedule a meet and greet! Meet & Greet Its exciting for everyone, you the dogs and staff to gather for a meeting! Dogs do best if they are left in charge of the actual approach and subsequent greeting. We suggest that you arrive.. deep breaths.. as calm, open minded and light hearted as you can.. dogs pick up on energy first and foremost. This initial meeting will provide a lot of information about you to the dogs you meet. We will guide you through the language each dog is sharing so that your initial encounter will set the stage for a foundation of trust. When bringing children it is especially important to discuss with them what their role will be during the meet. We can provide you with an easy child friendly outline! Please be aware that some lucky dogs may receive several inquiries and applications. We strive to honor the order in which we receive applications and simultaneously do our best to ensure great happily-ever-after matches! We require all immediate family members to attend a Meet & Greet before being able to move forward to adoption. There are times it takes multiple visits to establish your best match and get everyone off to a best ever start. How you begin this relationship strongly influences what will lay ahead. We make ourselves available to help in every way possible! ​​ Medical Information Each dog in our care gets a second thorough physical exam, necessary tests and medical care upon arriving to New York in addition to their initial routine exam at time of departure from shelter. Any areas of concern are thoroughly investigated and addressed with the dog's best interest in mind. The basics every dog receives are: Current distemper, parvo, bordetella & rabies vaccines Monthly flea, tick, and heartworm preventatives Age appropriate spay/neuter Microchip Because we do rescue a variety of dogs, some who may not have had proper care or nutrition may require such "extras" as dental cleaning, eye exam, orthopedic surgery etc. We like to send our dogs off to their new homes in the best possible health. We share everything we know about every dog with every adopter! You will be given full medical records on your dog on the day you adopt. We will gladly discuss any aspect with you at any time. Adoption All adoptions include a full hour of educational discussion with one of our experienced adoption counselors. You will see and experience demonstrations about dog body language and how best to understand and communicate with your dog as well as what you will be helpful to know before bringing your new family member home. The adoption fee is $375.00. Donations are ALWAYS welcome! We operate under(and work together with) SPCA of Westchester so all checks and donations should be written to them. Post Adoption Support Adoption is the just the beginning of what we all hope will be a lovely journey with your dog, full of meaning and deep connection. The transition to home life may add some surprising new experiences, for you and your dog. We are quite familiar with the sort of things that may arise and can help you to find simple solutions that will keep things going well! Please don't hesitate to call on us for support. We want to hear from you no matter what. We find all updates to be both reassuring and heart warming. Everyone understands that all relationships can at times require education, patience and work. You and your dog(s) can count on us to be there for support! Oh, and we REALLY enjoy photo updates more than you can imagine!!
Application Submission Our application is designed to help us get to know you, the type for dog that would best fit your home & the particular qualities you are looking for in the dog you want to make a member of your family. All of us at Love Dogs spend a great deal of quality time with every dog in our care. We've had the honor of befriending hundreds of dogs, each one unique and beautiful.. As a result we have learned an incredible amount about dogs in general and what it is they like about people! The more we know about you, the better we will be at match making! When you submit your application, please ask your references to call our Reference Hotline at 845-204-8253 to leave their recommendation on our reference voicemail. Application Processing Once your references have left their recommendations on our system, we will be able to complete processing on your application, after which, we will be in touch to discuss next steps, answer & ask any lingering questions and plan the path ahead! Once approved we will contact you to schedule a meet and greet! Meet & Greet Its exciting for everyone, you the dogs and staff to gather for a meeting! Dogs do best if they are left in charge of the actual approach and subsequent greeting. We suggest that you arrive.. deep breaths.. as calm, open minded and light hearted as you can.. dogs pick up on energy first and foremost. This initial meeting will provide a lot of information about you to the dogs you meet. We will guide you through the language each dog is sharing so that your initial encounter will set the stage for a foundation of trust. When bringing children it is especially important to discuss with them what their role will be during the meet. We can provide you with an easy child friendly outline! Please be aware that some lucky dogs may receive several inquiries and applications. We strive to honor the order in which we receive applications and simultaneously do our best to ensure great happily-ever-after matches! We require all immediate family members to attend a Meet & Greet before being able to move forward to adoption. There are times it takes multiple visits to establish your best match and get everyone off to a best ever start. How you begin this relationship strongly influences what will lay ahead. We make ourselves available to help in every way possible! ​​ Medical Information Each dog in our care gets a second thorough physical exam, necessary tests and medical care upon arriving to New York in addition to their initial routine exam at time of departure from shelter. Any areas of concern are thoroughly investigated and addressed with the dog's best interest in mind. The basics every dog receives are: Current distemper, parvo, bordetella & rabies vaccines Monthly flea, tick, and heartworm preventatives Age appropriate spay/neuter Microchip Because we do rescue a variety of dogs, some who may not have had proper care or nutrition may require such "extras" as dental cleaning, eye exam, orthopedic surgery etc. We like to send our dogs off to their new homes in the best possible health. We share everything we know about every dog with every adopter! You will be given full medical records on your dog on the day you adopt. We will gladly discuss any aspect with you at any time. Adoption All adoptions include a full hour of educational discussion with one of our experienced adoption counselors. You will see and experience demonstrations about dog body language and how best to understand and communicate with your dog as well as what you will be helpful to know before bringing your new family member home. The adoption fee is $375.00. Donations are ALWAYS welcome! We operate under(and work together with) SPCA of Westchester so all checks and donations should be written to them. Post Adoption Support Adoption is the just the beginning of what we all hope will be a lovely journey with your dog, full of meaning and deep connection. The transition to home life may add some surprising new experiences, for you and your dog. We are quite familiar with the sort of things that may arise and can help you to find simple solutions that will keep things going well! Please don't hesitate to call on us for support. We want to hear from you no matter what. We find all updates to be both reassuring and heart warming. Everyone understands that all relationships can at times require education, patience and work. You and your dog(s) can count on us to be there for support! Oh, and we REALLY enjoy photo updates more than you can imagine!!

More about this rescue

​We are a small, hands on organization that specializes in rescuing dogs who are often overlooked.. Mama dogs, older dogs, dogs in need of medical attention & dogs who may for whatever reason, require a little extra time.. more observation, deeper connection and reasons to trust the people making decisions for them. ​ Each relationship begins with a fresh start. Every dog is unique and every dog in our care is heard, appreciated and respected. We consciously and continuously open our own hearts and minds so we can clearly see and respond to the dog that is present before us. Dogs may come to us afraid, defensive or checked out but thankfully with proper care, handling and love they transform and as they do we relate to that dog and not the dog who was! Our rescue is located on the grounds of a serene and magnificent, private horse farm in Westchester County NY. ​Not only does the farm provide a sanctuary for homeless dogs it also provides sanctuary for special equines in need. ​​Part of the magic here has to do with the integrity of our mission. Our combined efforts to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home animals stem from a foundation of respect, kindness, clear intention and a humble desire to learn from every animal in our care.
​We are a small, hands on organization that specializes in rescuing dogs who are often overlooked.. Mama dogs, older dogs, dogs in need of medical attention & dogs who may for whatever reason, require a little extra time.. more observation, deeper connection and reasons to trust the people making decisions for them. ​ Each relationship begins with a fresh start. Every dog is unique and every dog in our care is heard, appreciated and respected. We consciously and continuously open our own hearts and minds so we can clearly see and respond to the dog that is present before us. Dogs may come to us afraid, defensive or checked out but thankfully with proper care, handling and love they transform and as they do we relate to that dog and not the dog who was! Our rescue is located on the grounds of a serene and magnificent, private horse farm in Westchester County NY. ​Not only does the farm provide a sanctuary for homeless dogs it also provides sanctuary for special equines in need. ​​Part of the magic here has to do with the integrity of our mission. Our combined efforts to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home animals stem from a foundation of respect, kindness, clear intention and a humble desire to learn from every animal in our care.