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Published on July 5, 2016, in Rehomed dogs.

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This is Nancy, just a puppy still at two years old. She’s a pretty little black girl, who still has her puppy sillyness and thinks everything in life is a game – she’ll be a lot of fun for the people who adopt her!

She loves people, loves her toys, and really loves being out and about.

Nancy is Brian’s sister.

 
Published on July 5, 2016, in Rehomed dogs.

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As you can see, Tubby is a real character – she loves her stuffed toys. She is a little nervous of new people and will be a quite shy when you first meet her, but she comes out of her shell after a day or two. She’ll need a little patience, but she is food-oriented and will be fairly easy to train with treats.

Tubby is a three-and-a-half year old blue girl.

 
Published on July 5, 2016, in Rehomed dogs.

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Spirit is a very quiet, four-year-old girl. She is very reserved when you first meet her, but she soon comes round and you can be sure that once you win her affection she will be your loving, loyal companion. She is a quiet girl – you won’t know you have her! – and would probably prefer to live in a quiet household.

 
Published on July 5, 2016, in Rehomed dogs.

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Bruce is a real looker with his lovely light golden fur – he is a fawn. He’ll be three years old in August 2016. He is such a happy boy, full of life and would love to go home with a family.

Bruce is already house-trained, but he does pull on the lead and is not small-dog friendly, so he’ll need someone to give him a bit of gentle guidance and teach him a few things. He does love children though, so he should make a good family pet.

 
Published on December 4, 2015, in Rehomed dogs.

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What a beautiful dog Brian is!

He is a handsome brindle with white feet and chest, and the most lovely deep golden brown eyes. He is four and a half years old, he loves his food and his walks, and he doesn’t pull on the lead. He also has a teddy which he adores.

However, Brian cannot live with cats and would be best in a family with no small dogs either, because he can be boisterous and tends to play too roughly with them. He lives with three smaller dogs at present, which he is used to, but it would take time for him to adapt to new ones.

There are two dogs called Brian currently available for rehoming at Brambleberry, so when talking with Sharon, please be sure to let her know you are interested in the brindle one!

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