Labrador Retriever (medium coat) : : Male (neutered) : : Large
Hey everyone, Brutis here…… I’m baaaaaaack through no fault of my own. Awe heck, who am I kidding, it was TOTALLY my fault. I’m 10 years old and still like to eat things…My foster mom says I’m “sneaky”, and even though my adoptive family knew this, they were not prepared for just HOW MUCH I like to eat inappropriate things…Like, socks, TV remotes, shoes, keys, and paper products! Did I mention that? I LOVE paper products, but I guess my eating habits just aren’t for everyone. Foster mom says she had to “Brutis proof” the house. The good thing is, I don’t mind at all when you take things away from me. I’m even good in the crate, but foster mom doesn’t need to crate me because, well, she “Brutis proofed” the house, remember??
Here’s the thing, there is no time to dwell on all that… Times a wasting, I AM 10, and I may only have a few good years left, ya know?? So, here’s the deal…. If you’re a neat freak, and don’t leave anything lying around, keep your closets closed, your hamper has a cover, and you could handle probably keeping the bathroom door closed for a few years (yes, I even like toilet paper), I want you to be my person! I THINK you're MEANT to be my person!!! If you think you may be able to love me, “faults” and all…get your application in A.S.A.P. Time is of the essence….
Hi everyone!!! It’s time for an update on me! I’ve have been having some trouble meeting new dogs. I tend to bark and pull on the leash. Sometimes I even do that when I see people outside, but I’m good with people who come in the house. I get excited and jump sometimes, though. I’m also good with the other lab who lives in the house, so foster mom isn't sure just why I get so vocal meeting other dogs.We had a trainer came over with her dog, and we went for a walk. She decided to use a gentle leader on me. At first I was barking at her dog and pulling, but by the end of our training session I was walking very nicely next to her dog! She said I did really good and I just have to keep practicing. Did I mention I love going for walks! Now w hen my foster dad takes me for walks he brings A LOT of treats! If we see people or dogs, I have to sit and I get treats until they pass. I’m doing much better and now I’m used to wearing the gentle leader. The trainer thinks I may need a few meets with my potential family to get used to you and any doggy siblings I may have.
I’m much more comfortable in my foster home. I like to lay by the patio door and watch for the neighbor dogs. I start crying when I see them and we go outside so I can meet them by the fence. I still like to eat paper products! Foster mom keeps putting things where I can’t get them! She said it’s not nice to counter surf so I’m trying to keep my paws off of the counter!
I’m looking for a family that will take me for walks and continue my training. I hope that's you!
Hi everyone. I’m new to L.E.A.R.N. but I’m already available for adoption! I’m a 10 yrs young and handsome boy! My mom recently passed away and some nice friends of ours took me home with them so I didn’t have to go to a shelter. They wanted to find the best home for me so they contacted L.E.A.R.N. and I’m so glad they did. My foster family says they can tell my mom really loved me and they’re going to find me a new family that will love me just as much. I love to go for walks but I pull when I see a squirrel, dog, rabbit or even a leaf. I’m very strong so I’m working on not getting so excited when I see something I want to chase. I love stuffed animals but I also like pulling the stuffing out! I like retrieving the tennis ball and sometimes I’ll even give it back to you! I like dog treats, toilet paper, carrots, paper towels, cucumbers and socks (I just carry them around)! I like to sleep in my crate at night. It’s in the bedroom and my foster parents leave the crate door open but I mostly just sleep in it all night. I like to follow my humans and just relax when we’re hanging around in the house.
More about Brutis
Good with Dogs, Not Good with Cats, Good with Older/Considerate Kids Only, Good for Seniors/Elderly, Cratetrained, Likes to play with toys, Obedient, Affectionate
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