Bree

Pomeranian Mix
Available for Adoption!

Her name is Bree but you could also call her Cutie Patooti!

Bree adjusted to her foster home with no problem and immediately found her way around. She knows how to get our attention when she needs to go outside.

She has the playfulness of a puppy - if you bring Bree into your family, have plenty of squeaky toys on hand. She loves to destroy them!

Bree is also happy to sit on your lap or next to you as you relax. She enjoys "watching" TV and will bark if she hears a dog on the screen. She is also a good car rider.

She is a well-mannered little girl who knows her manners, like to sit when receiving a treat. And she does expect a treat when she comes back inside from going potty.

Bree mostly sleeps in her own dog bed at night, but will sometimes want to sleep in the bed next to someone.

Since going blind, she can be reactive when another dog invades her space, or even if Bree invades their space. We've had a few spats but everyone has come out unharmed. It is best to feed Bree in her own space. She may be best as an only dog - she will be your constant companion.

Even though Bree is a senior dog, she has plenty of playful years ahead of her and will be a joy to any family who adopts her.
About me
Sex:  Female
Spayed/Neutered:  Yes

Breed:  Pomeranian Mix
Mixed Breed:  Yes

Age:  Senior
Date of Birth:  03/21/2013

Weight:  17 lbs.
Size when grown:  Small

House trained:  Yes
Good with other dogs:  No
Good with cats:  No
Good with children:  Yes
health information
Heartworm Test:  Negative
Vision:  Completely Blind
Cause: Likely progressive retinal atrophy (PRA); Tested for an ulcer on her right eye; determined to be a scar.
Notes:  Healthy senior girl who needs to lose a little bit of weight; recently had a dental cleaning.
location
Currently fostered in Pennsville, NJ
Transportation is available.

Adopt Bree

This dog is looking for a forever home. If you think it could be yours, read more about adopting from BDRA before submitting your application.

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