Brady

Brady

Meet Brady! Brady is 4 year old +/- Goldendoodle rescued from a local shelter. He clearly has had a very hard life prior to coming to Maxx and Me. He came to us with his wavy coat entirely matted to the point where he had to be shaved down completely. He had some issues at first he was scared, protective of barriers and we are still unsure with dogs. His ideal home is no young kids and as an only dog. He may with a trainer be able to be with other dogs but our time with him interacting is limited.  Brady is neutered, up to date on shots and microchipped. His adoption fee is $350. Applications can be found at www.maxxandme.org

 

***1/29/19 update from his foster Mommy Karlene***

“I have been fostering Brady for just over   4 weeks.  It took him about 2 – 3 days to decompress, during that time his biggest thing was pacing.
We walk twice a day, he’s strong but good on leash and listens well.  As the days have gone by he is eager to meet neighbors, once he has spent time getting to know them, if allowed, he readily greets them while walking.  Sometimes I talk to neighbors for a bit, Brady is great and quietly waits for me to finish.  We still have not met up with other dogs, as he gets whiny and is not quite sure what he wants to do, but is also wagging his tail.  He has met cats on our walks and tends to want to chase them, but settles well with correction.  Someone spent a good deal of time training him and he continues to learn and learns quickly.
Brady wants to be close, loved on, petted and groomed. He wants nothing but to love and be with his person.  When he trusts he does so with abandon.  He allows me to play with his paw pads, pull the hair between them, stick my fingers in his ears and untangle his fur. Sometimes he can get rambunctious, but calms at the mention of a treat.  He loves riding in the car, walks, playing ball and swimming!
If I were not physically challenged I wouldn’t think twice of being a foster failure with Brady.  I love him to pieces, but he needs a person, that can really play with him, take him on longer walks and challenge him mentally and physically.”
Maxx & Me Pet Rescue
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