Brodie   

In shelter Dog

Cornwall, Connecticut, 06796
Breeds:
Plott Hound
Colors:
Brindle
Lost or found date:
06/08/2021
Pet name:
Brodie
Gender:
Male
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Brodie is a beautiful, brindle boy.  He is a gentle giant and, although not a puppy, he sure seems like one with his big fun, goofy personality. He loves to go for long walks, play and sit on the couch to cuddle!  APPROXIMATE WEIGHT:  80- POUNDS ESTIMATED DOB:  12/21/15 GOOD WITH OTHER DOGS:  NO GOOD WITH KIDS:  OLDER CHILDREN ONLY GOOD WITH CATS:  NO REQUIRES A FENCE:  NO ACTIVITY LEVEL:  MODERATELY ACTIVE LIKES TO VOCALIZE:  SOME SPECIAL NEEDS:  YES - NO BREED EXPERIENCE NEEDED: BIG BREED EXPERIENCE PREFERRED APPROPRIATE PLACEMENT FOR 1ST TIME DOG OWNER?  YES or NO FREE OBEDIENCE TRAINING IS OFFERED WITH ALL DOG ADOPTIONS ​Please note that we are often asked if dogs are "house trained".  The dogs are in fact living in a kennel environment during their time with us.  Even if they have previously lived in a home and been trained - the stress of the change and the new home can sometimes cause regression and require some additional training.  We feel that it's best for all adopters to be prepared for this possibility.  Visit our adoption page for details about our process, and to fill out an adoption application.  All animals come spayed/neutered, UTD on vaccines, and microchipped.  If the animals age or health prevents any of these from being completed prior to adoption a voucher is issued for the services to be performed.  If you have any questions about the animal, or our adoption process, please email adopt@littleguild.org.  The Little Guild is a 501c(3) federally recognized non-profit organization devoted to saving the lives of homeless pets. 

Location


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