Everyone! Hold your hands up like a frame and say “Picture if you will”…. Imagine a super great dog who bounds out of bed when the alarm goes off (wakey wakey!), who likes treats and will catch a gently thrown piece of food, who loves to play with other dogs, cats and humans alike, who will protect you with all her might from those dastardly squirrels in the backyard, and break up a snuggle fest because she just wants to be loved on too. Do you have the picture? Now meet Bree. Bree is a four year old, 33 pound retired mama who was found under a dumpster, rescued and gave birth to her pups in a safe Stinkykiss home. She is a darling who is up for adventures with her family. Bree is all that pictured above and then more. She is crate trained and housebroken, but she does have a urinary issue that is controlled with medication. She does have leash reactivity with other dogs, which any adopter should be aware of and keep in mind. If you’re looking for a happy girl who just wants to know what a forever, loving family is, then Bree is the one! Do you have a golf cart for some rides? Bonus! If not, she’ll take whatever adventures you have as long as it’s a fun time filled with unconditional love. Note: Must love kisses!
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