Sunday, March 18, 2012

New Available BRATs: Three Tricolors and a Chief!

Name: Jessie
Dog State: Maryland
DOB: 1/28/2011
Gender: Female
Color: Tricolor
Weight: 21

Jessie is a cute one-year-old female that is extremely friendly and welcoming to new people and dogs. She has a curly tail which stands up, which her foster calls a "lollipop tail," and it goes around and around like a helicopter when she wriggles in happiness. She loves to make eye contact. Her coat is shiny black, sort of like velvet and very short and soft. She is currently used to being with people and other dogs all day, but can be left alone too. She is a wonderful, happy dog who deserves to find a loving home, preferably with another dog she can be friends with!

Click HERE to learn more about Jessie!

Name: Trey
Dog State: Oklahoma
DOB: 2012
Gender: Male
Color: Tricolor
Weight: 10

Trey is a beautiful tricolor and white boy with gorgeous markings. His eyes are very expressive, they say “I love you, do you love me?” He is a young boy, is very energetic and loves to run and play like typical Basenji pups. Once he is tired out he enjoys cuddling next to you to fall asleep.

Click HERE to learn more about Trey!

Name: Zoey
Dog State: Virginia
DOB:  5/27/2010
Gender: Female
Color: Tricolor
Weight: 22

Zoey is little sweet tricolor female. She is a big snuggler and while she is shy at first but takes to women very quickly. It takes her a little bit longer to warm up to men. She is very cuddly and loves to give kisses. She is both house and crate trained, but she much prefers to sleep in the bed with people -- she is a snuggler after all! She has not been destructive in the house, though some supervision is still recommended.

Click HERE to learn more about Zoey!

Name: Chief
Dog State: South Carolina
DOB: unknown
Gender: Male
Color: Red & white
Weight: 29

We wish Chief could tell his own story because there is a lot we don’t know. He appeared as a hungry but happy stray, and went from a good Samaritan's yard to a vet clinic's rescue shelter to the care of BRAT over the course of several months. In foster care, Chief has proven to be a good natured, well adjusted, cuddly boy. He did need some brushing up on house manners, but he has made good progress. He has been social with other dogs and people. He's ready to settle down in a forever home of his own!

Click HERE to learn more about Chief!

Basenjify your life with a rescue BRAT! Check out all our currently available dogs on the main BRAT site.

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