Meet Brandi the Peanut-Butter-Lovin’ Lab Mix
Looking for a adopter, currently in foster care. 8 months old, 40 lbs. Vizsla / Lab Mix. Good with dogs, cats, kids! Scroll to bottom of this post for contact info.
Brandi! We cannot praise this Lab-Vizsla puppy enough! About 8 months old and sweeter than peach cobbler, Brandi is your provides you with a lifetime supply of love! She has the most beautiful brown eyes and black brindle coat, it looks like it has red highlights! So unique. This girl is seriously a quick learner and particularly sharp, mostly because she is eager to please and will do anything for spoonful of peanut butter!
Brandi gets along well with every animal and person she meets, including cats and little dogs. Young, bright, and playful, Brandi would love to be with someone that nurtures her. In her foster home, she is currently working on basic commands and learning a routine. She does well in an apartment setting but imagine she would love a yard to play with. Kids? Oh she loves them! She also does well in the car and in any new situation. What more could you ask for!?
Care of Twenty Paws Rescue. Located in Bronx, NY.
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