Brewer

Brewer

Dog:Brewer
Age:3
Weight: 100
Location: Severn, MD
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Good with other dogs?: Yes.
Brewer has met and done well with numerous dogs. Although Brewer is dog friendly, he is leash reactive. Brewer will become very strong and bark when seeing other dogs and people on the leash.  Brewer is working hard with his trainer on this issue. Brewer’s forever home would need to be  committed to continued his leash work to help Brewer become the best boy we all know he is!
Good with cats? yes
Good with children? unknown, will not be adopted to a home with kids under 10
Activity Preference: Needs a couple walks a day., Needs in-house activities
IQ: Smart
Brewer’s favorite things: Bully sticks! but he must be supervised while enjoying his chewies. Brewer also loves, loves, loves squeaky balls. He loves playing ball, patrolling the back yard, rolling around on the carpet and making funny noises. Brewer is a silly, overgrown, forever puppy with the added plus of easily managed energy and none of the negative puppy behaviors.
Brewer is good at: meeting people, meeting dogs, staying in a crate, behaving in the house, going for car rides, playing
Ideal home: another large, female dog, a fenced yard, Lots of exercise opportunities
Training Needs: leash training, needs obedience training
Health issues: Brewer was found as a stray with a huge mass in his neck. After recovering from kennel cough (he caught at the shelter) he underwent surgery to remove the mass.  It was biopsied and we feared the worst.  We were joyful and so relieved when it turned out to be a severe infected salivary gland. He is completely healed and doing great!

Meet Brewer

Brewer is the biggest, sweetest mush. He is a very special and loyal guy that will make you laugh and never leave your side. He does well in the house, is house trained, and has no destructive behaviors. He is completely crate trained and will patiently wait for you while you’re away. He gets along well with his canine foster sister and would love to have another (female) pup to pal around with. Brewer likes to spend time outside and would do best in a home with a large, FENCED yard. Brewer is a very good boy. You can’t help but fall in love with this big, goofy guy.

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