Brantley and Brayden were saved from a shelter with their two sisters, Eloise and Eleanora. All four puppies went to the same foster home and the sisters were adopted quickly.
Both Brantley and Brayden are almost a year old and each weigh about 40 pounds. The vet thinks they won’t get much larger than they are now. They are sweet young dogs and get along very well with the foster’s two children and her own two dogs.
Brantley is cute, with black and white markings on his chest and down his face. He also has white feet.
Brantley loves to play with sticks, pine cones and any toys. He also loves to play tug of war and tosses his ball up in the air by himself. His favorite game is to wrestle and play chase with his brother and two foster sisters.
House training is coming along but crate training is complete. Brantley
loves to give kisses and always makes us smile. His favorite seat is
our beach chair. If you aren't careful, he will steal your seat before you can sit down.
Brayden is handsome - almost all black, with a little white on his chest and on the tips of his toes. He is a little more laid back than his brother, Brantley. His plan of attack is to wait for his brother or foster sisters to run by him and then he chases after them!
Brayden thinks too much running is a silly game and is such a snuggler - if you are on the ground, he is either sitting in your lap or laying on your legs. He also sits and leans on your legs if you are in a chair.
Kisses are given freely and often by Brayden to all of his foster family. He also loves sticks and balls and playing tug of war. House training and crate training is complete.
Brantley and Brayden would love to be adopted together - they are very
attached to each other and sleep in the same crate. But if the potential adopter(s) can't take both of them, this pair will understand.
They just want to find their forever homes and families, and be safe and loved for a lifetime. Anyone adopting these two young dogs will be blessed to have one or both in their home.
Both pups are vetted, micro-chipped, neutered, up-to-date on routine shots, are learning to ring a bell to go outside and are walking really well on a harness leash, and are immediately available for adoption through Angels Among Us Pet Rescue.
If interested in adopting either Brantley or Brayden, or finding out more about them, visit www.angelsrescue.org to fill out an application, or you may contact their foster by email at email@example.com.
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Story submitted by Elizabeth Hale.