Introducing Bryson! Bryson was rescued from the local pound where he was brought in after being found roaming homeless. We brought him into our rescue along with his fellow doggy companions that he was found with. With his silly ears, Bryson is happy and lives to have fun and be goofy. He enjoys the freedom of being able to romp around and loves a good wrestle with a fellow playful pup. Bryson is a lover boy towards people and thoroughly enjoys going for car rides! He gives giant hugs and plentiful kisses. He walks well on leash, gets along with other dogs and is good with cats and did well with the kids he has met. Bryson is 65 pounds, estimated to be born in 2020, is neutered, up to date with vaccinations, microchipped and heartworm negative. If interested in this lover boy, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
If interested in learning more about Bryson, please email Adoptions@smilingdogfarms.org and please include a phone number where you can be reached. WE ANSWER ALL EMAILS. PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN AN EMAIL FROM US. If you have recently submitted a completed application and would like to be considered for Bryson, please let us know as we will have your app on file.
Please Note: We are always in need of foster homes for our dogs. If youre interested in making a difference in a dog’s life, we would love to share with you what it means to be a foster parent.
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