In a foster home
Housebroken and crate trained
Good with kids
Good with dogs. Not good with cats.
Meet Brady the pocket pibble! Brady was saved from a rural shelter in Kansas because he was put on the euthanasia list simply because they were out of space at the shelter. Brady was tested with other dogs and he did well. He is currently being fostered with a female dog and a male dog. His foster isn’t quite sure about him and kitties yet, so if you have a cat, we will need to do a temperament test and slow intros! He doesn’t bark or lunge, but his curiosity is high.
Brady is pretty perfect in all ways! He does great with the foster’s 6yr old child. When his foster takes Brady outside, he just wants to sit in his human’s lap for some loving, touching, squeezing. He will play with his foster brother, Clyde, but definitely more interested in sitting in his foster’s lap or goofing for attention or a treat.
Brady is the most darling, perfect and compact pibble you could ever meet!