BRANTLEY
STATE: Western New York/Buffalo area
AGE: 12 weeks
DOB:  6/28/14
WEIGHT: 17 pounds
SEX: Male
NEUT/UTD: no/yes
COAT COLOR: Brindle
DOCKED TAIL: Yes
CROPPED EARS: No
CHILDREN under 4: Yes
CHILDREN OVER 4: Yes
SEPARATION ANXIETY: No
OTHER DOGS: Yes (needs another dog)
CATS:  Yes
CRATE TRAINED: No
HOUSE TRAINED: No
OBEDIENCE TRAINED: No
LEASH TRAINED: No
MICROCHIPPED: No
ADOPTION FEE: $525 (includes refundable $50 spay/neuter deposit)

**Because I am a baby I need a home with someone home more often (ex: work at home, retired, work opposite shifts, stay at home parent, etc) **

9/29/14 We took Brantley to the Harbor today. Long walk with lots going on including construction/noise. He was unfazed by everything. He was so good on his walk we took the dogs for puppy cones on the way home. He enjoyed his little dish of soft serve vanilla. We came home, he played in the yard a few minutes then this happened..... He is fat and happy. A tired puppy is a good puppy :)

9/23/2014 Brantley is doing great, he is growing by leaps and bounds. He weighs a whopping 17 pounds now! Amazing how fast he has gained weight once his parasites were treated. He turned 12 weeks old Saturday so he got his rabies vaccine yesterday. He handled it like a champ and was a good boy at the vet.

Brantley's world revolves around the other dogs here. As soon as we got home from the vet went wiggling over to my boxer super excited to be back at his foster home, then bounded over to the Bulldog to say hello and finally the Great Dane. It was pretty funny to see him make his rounds to make sure all the other dogs were accounted for. Of course it was straight to the yard to run around together.

Brantley is doing well with housebreaking. Generally accidents are right in front of the door so it OUR fault. We weren't right there to let him and he hasn't learned to vocalize to let us know. At least he is getting the idea. We do have some accidents in the crate but he is getting better with that as well. He does fuss a bit in the crate when we first put him in but settles once he realizes we are not going to give in. He eats like a champ an is great about occupying himself with dog toys. Every so often he finds a shoe too tempting to resist but all in all he is a good boy.

Brantley spent the weekend at our camper. He was a hit on our walks. Everyone loved him, my neighbors couldn't get enough of him (and were overjoyed he didn't bite/nip at him like most pups his age would). Every once in awhile he will puppy nip but takes redirection to a toy quickly. He met so many new people and had a lot of fun. He is a great little pup!


9/8/14- Oakley (white female), Hemi (flashy brindle male) and Brantley (brindle male) arrived in their foster home on Sunday thanks to some very dedicated rescuers! They had some hitchhikers (fleas, yuck!) that were very promptly taken care of. Soon after their baths they felt like a million puppy bucks and were off and running! They were barreling around the house, getting a drink, wrestling and having a blast. We then went out to the fenced yard where they met the resident dogs. They have no reservations about playing with bigger dogs including a 120+ pound Great Dane (who was afraid of them at first!). They are well adjusted, happy, social puppies. Everyone will be vaccinated/fecal checked on Wednesday then ready to make so lucky families VERY Happy!