Pet Adoption | R/F Humane Society: Beautiful Bree, still waiting for a Family


Meet Miss Bree, the epitome of the perfect family dog. This girl is smart, sassy, silly and oh, so sweet - we're all very confused as to why she's still here at the shelter. Her foster families are just as dumbfounded, they say that she is a great house guest. She doesn't bark unless necessary, is completely housetrained, walks good on the leash and sits so pretty for treats. Don't get me wrong, this dog is all about having fun - check out the video on our Facebook page that shows her running around the yard during a playdate. Did I mention that Bree gets along well with other dogs and has yet to meet a 2 legged creature that she doesn't love to pieces?

So she's got a little mixed up gene pool. There's possibly some Greyhound, Catahoula or Retriever that created that sleek body of hers. And perhaps a Boxer, Mastiff or Staffy gave her that gorgeous Brindle coloring. And it may be that there was a rabbit that created the super soft fur coat that she wears so well. But those ears? Well, that's any one's guess as to where they came from - we think they were made to hear your loving words better.

Her sweet temperament however, is all Bree - that and her goofy grin! Come and meet this 1 year old, she's fixed, up to date on her shots and ready to adopt your family.

The Humane Society and Adoption Center of Rockport/Fulton
1308 Myrtle St

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