In shelter Dog

Seal Beach, Orange County, California...
Terrier, Mixed
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Introducing... BRANDY! She is about 4 years old and a who knows what mix! Brandy came back to us after being adopted a few years ago and is a bit confused as to what happened.  In addition to the stresses of being brought back, she had to have almost her whole tail amputated due to an ongoing infection.  Needless to say, she has been through it all and is a bit stressed with shelter life, although we are doing everything we can to keep her content and comfortable. Brandi can be aloof when meeting new people (can we blame her!), but with some patience and not being too forceful, she’ll come around and love you. Brandy loves to play and loves to go on her walks! She would do best as a solo pet in a quiet home with not a lot of people, and no small kids since they tend to move so fast!  Brandy completed board and train and any potential adopter will need to follow through with additional training.  She may require multiple visits, but she is worth the patience. Big dog experienced home.  No apartments, kids, other pets.  Must follow through with training. *Please complete our online application for further consideration.  We do best fit for both dog and family, and completing an application is not a guarantee of approval.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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