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Facts about me

Breed
Labrador Retriever
Color
Brown/Chocolate - with White
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
A134315

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Woof! My name is Brownie. I am a 3 year old pup looking for a loving and active home to call my own. I was brought to the shelter on February 16th, 2022 due to my previous owners not being able to care for me any longer. I love meeting new people especially if that means they will give me treats. I have decided that I adore going on long walks and zooming around in the play yard. At the end of the day I can be found lounging in my warm comfy bed. I have been spayed, microchipped, and vaccinated.
Woof! My name is Brownie. I am a 3 year old pup looking for a loving and active home to call my own. I was brought to the shelter on February 16th, 2022 due to my previous owners not being able to care for me any longer. I love meeting new people especially if that means they will give me treats. I have decided that I adore going on long walks and zooming around in the play yard. At the end of the day I can be found lounging in my warm comfy bed. I have been spayed, microchipped, and vaccinated.
Shelter

Humane Society of Vero Beach & Indian River County

Contact info

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

1. Begin your selection online. Here's where you can browse photos and profiles of some of the deserving animals we currently have available for adoption. More animals may be found at our Shelter, 2. Finalize your selection with a Shelter visit. You must come to the Shelter to adopt. Animals cannot be "reserved" and all animals are subject to prior adoption. 3. Complete a Meet Your Match Adopter Survey. Adopting a dog or cat? We take an extra step to ensure that you'll carry home an animal that is suited for you and your lifestyle. Read more... SUGGESTION: To simplify your adoption process, download and complete an Adopter survey from our website before your Shelter visit. 4. Pay The Adoption Fee. When you take your adopted animal home, you're set. We've already provided spay/neutering, vaccinations, medical care, microchipping, and much more. Learn what we do for dogs. ...for cats. •Patron Pets $175 •Senior Patron Pets (5+ yrs) $100 •Puppies (4 months or less) $150 •Kittens (4 months or less) $100 •Dogs $90 •Cats $70 •Senior Cats & Dogs (5+ yrs) $50 Adoption fees may vary from time to time and are subject to promotions, discounts, and increases. 5. Introduce Your Pet to His New Home. Now, you're both happy!
1. Begin your selection online. Here's where you can browse photos and profiles of some of the deserving animals we currently have available for adoption. More animals may be found at our Shelter, 2. Finalize your selection with a Shelter visit. You must come to the Shelter to adopt. Animals cannot be "reserved" and all animals are subject to prior adoption. 3. Complete a Meet Your Match Adopter Survey. Adopting a dog or cat? We take an extra step to ensure that you'll carry home an animal that is suited for you and your lifestyle. Read more... SUGGESTION: To simplify your adoption process, download and complete an Adopter survey from our website before your Shelter visit. 4. Pay The Adoption Fee. When you take your adopted animal home, you're set. We've already provided spay/neutering, vaccinations, medical care, microchipping, and much more. Learn what we do for dogs. ...for cats. •Patron Pets $175 •Senior Patron Pets (5+ yrs) $100 •Puppies (4 months or less) $150 •Kittens (4 months or less) $100 •Dogs $90 •Cats $70 •Senior Cats & Dogs (5+ yrs) $50 Adoption fees may vary from time to time and are subject to promotions, discounts, and increases. 5. Introduce Your Pet to His New Home. Now, you're both happy!

Go meet their pets

Adoption Center Hours: Open Daily: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Tuesday: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Adoption Center Hours: Open Daily: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Tuesday: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

More about this shelter

What is it and why do we do it? We "go the extra mile" to help assure that, when you adopt a pet from HSVB&IRC, you'll be making an informed choice. By matching an animal's personality to yours and your lifestyle, we're more likely to assure that you make the right adoption decision the first time. We are using a program developed by the ASPCA. It is called "Meet Your Match." Currently, we evaluate dogs and cats before we make them available for adoption. Also, we ask each prospective adopter to complete an Adopters' Survey which helps identify factors in their lifestyle which might guide their choice of animals. Then, we compare the findings to make a match. Proudly, we have a very high adoption retention rate — a fact we credit to taking this extra step in the adoption process. We want you to make a "SAFER" choice, too. In addition to Meet Your Match, HSVB&IRC has implemented the ASPCA’s Meet Your Match SAFER™ (Safety Assessment For Evaluating & Rehoming) program - a tool for assessing the probability of future canine aggression. Ask us for more details.
What is it and why do we do it? We "go the extra mile" to help assure that, when you adopt a pet from HSVB&IRC, you'll be making an informed choice. By matching an animal's personality to yours and your lifestyle, we're more likely to assure that you make the right adoption decision the first time. We are using a program developed by the ASPCA. It is called "Meet Your Match." Currently, we evaluate dogs and cats before we make them available for adoption. Also, we ask each prospective adopter to complete an Adopters' Survey which helps identify factors in their lifestyle which might guide their choice of animals. Then, we compare the findings to make a match. Proudly, we have a very high adoption retention rate — a fact we credit to taking this extra step in the adoption process. We want you to make a "SAFER" choice, too. In addition to Meet Your Match, HSVB&IRC has implemented the ASPCA’s Meet Your Match SAFER™ (Safety Assessment For Evaluating & Rehoming) program - a tool for assessing the probability of future canine aggression. Ask us for more details.