First of all, I am a boy, not a girl as the name, Brandy (#3051), might imply. My foster family calls me Brando, which I like because it is a cool name and it’s a boy’s name. I have been on quite the journey in my short life. I started out in Texas where I was abandoned and left at homeless shelter for dogs. A very nice lady adopted me and brought me to live with her on the coast of Oregon (not at all like Texas!). I was having quite a good time with my new mom and my sister, Kiki. But then my new mom got sick and had to give me up. She did the right thing though. She sent me to Golden Bond and I just know they will find me the forever home I have been dreaming of.
I am 65 pounds of happiness. I just love, love everyone and my tail waggin’ will definitely demonstrate that. My foster parents think I am probably about three years old and that I might be a heeler mix. What they know is that I am a very good boy with lots of love to give. My foster mom says I am the calmest foster dog she has known. I just watch what is going on, and figure out the rules of the house and do my absolute best to be the very best boy I can be.
I am completely housetrained, I walk well on a leash (though I can pull pretty hard when I want to see or smell something really interesting), I am very good in the car, I get along with dogs and cats as long as I am properly introduced, I hardly ever bark, and I don’t dig or drool. All in all I am just a darn good boy. Oh, and sometimes if I really need to get your attention, or just want to say “Hi, here I am” I will poke you with my nose, very gently. My foster mom says it is an endearing quality of mine.
I am looking for a home where I can share my life with humans and another dog. I am not a Velcro dog, but I absolutely love my humans. I would not do well in a home without another dog to keep me company. I really enjoy the outdoors too. I can play outside with my dog companion(s) or chill inside with my humans.
I guess I do have one tiny quirk. I love to talk, and can be pretty vocal sometimes (in a good way). My foster mom says she loves to listen to me. Maybe I can talk to you?
Brandy is being adopted by his foster family