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Brownie JuM*   

In shelter Dog

Austin, TX, 78701
Pet name:
Brownie JuM*
Yellow Labrador Retriever
OK, so the classic debate is.... middle or CORNER piece?? Which is best?????
You know what?? I am best ALL OVER :) Front end is soft and squishy and so is the corner- soft and squishy!! The back end??? YOU GUESSED IT!!! Soft and squishy it is!!
Well, now you know my name and my type- what is yours??
Are you caramelly like a turtle brownie?? Or are you nutty like a walnut brownie?? Or maybe you are super sweet and squishy in the middle- like a cheesecake brownie????
Yes, can you tell I am hungry?
I am a very very good boy, only about 2 yrs old, lab mixed with ??
And I traveled ALL the way from across TEXAS to find a rescue who loves me and all my squishiness.... but I am waiting for that SPECIAL family who will love me and all my gooeyness...
I love dogs, I love people, I love big and little people... I love food and boy do I love belly rubs!
So... if you are a brownie loving, belly scratching, family with kids, you are MY NEW FAMILY!!!
But you have to apply to adopt me first, and I am WAITING!!!

Local adoption fee is $200 (in TX)
Out of state adoption fee is $400 (includes transport to your area)


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