Adorable Cairn Terrier Mix For Adoption to Loving Home in Laguna Niguel CA – Adopt Brody Today!
Hi, My name is Brody!
Brody is the sweetest little thing. She is all love – all the time. Brody’s favorite pastime is cuddling. and she has so much love to offer.
Brody is a small, mixed breed dog, most likely Cairn Terrier and some other very cute small breed, possibly Yorkshire Terrier or Chihuahua. She looks a lot like Toto from the Wizard of OZ, or a very small Grey Wolf.
She weighs around 10 pounds, and she is very healthy. Brody has been spayed and is up to date on her shots. She is house broken and very well behaved. Brody is the ultimate lap dog. She is 8 years old, which for a terrier mix is pretty young, as they can live well into the upper teens.
She has a minor skin issue – namely dry skin, which occasionally makes her want to lick her paws and legs. Other than this, she is very healthy.
Like most small dog breeds, Brody is fearful of small children. They are unpredictable, and you never know when they are going to pull a dog’s tail, poke an eye, or crush you in a toddler embrace. That is too much for Brody, and she has snapped at the small children in her home.
Her owner, who rescued Brody long before there were children in the picture, has realized that finding an adults only home for Brody is essential. She loves her very much, and is dearly hoping to find a retired couple or single that are looking for a super devoted little house and lap dog to dote on.
Brody is house broken and very well behaved. She is a great friend, a good listener, and a perennial ray of sunshine. She gives a lot more than she gets, and will make such a good companion for the right dog lover.
Please offer Brody the child-free home she needs and very much deserves today.
There is a $75 adoption/rehoming fee. All supplies will be included.
Location: Laguna Niguel, CA, 92677
Type of Pet: Dog
Breed of Pet: Terrier Mix
Sex of Pet: Female
Age of Pet: Around 8
Health Problems: No
Up To Date on Vaccinations: Yes
Gets along with cats: Yes
Gets along with dogs: Yes
Good with Children?: No
House Broken or Litter Trained?: Yes
Crate Trained?: Yes
Accessories Included: All the supplies I own for her:
She is the biggest cuddler
She loves her people
Her smile when she’s happy
Her little bursts of energy, out of nowhere, when she wants to play with one of her toys
She looks like a little creature from The Labyrinth or a little wolf pup, and Iove Wolves!
She has the best sweet and loving eyes. I love the way she looks at me.
She will jump very high to get your attention when she wants to be held. She will keep jumping until she gets her way. I find it endearing.
Brody’s Current Home Environment
A busy, crazy, loud array of one toddler, one infant, one older dog, and three adults. Someone is almost always home if not most.
Brody’s Current Family:
Brody currently lives with three adults, two small children, and one older dog. It can be a bit chaotic with a toddler and an infant. My sister is a stay at home mom while I help her nanny for my two nephews right now. Brody is used to people being around for the most part.
Brody loves my 3 1/2 year old nephew however does not like to be bugged and pestered by him. Unfortunately Brody will bite/nip him when she’s had enough.
Brody’s Favorite Toys, Foods, Activities?
She loves her tiny little toys that crunch and crinkle. She also loves soft toys and a nice blanket to keep warm.
She will eat most treats, but I stick to giving her soft treats so that she won’t gag after eating them.
Brody enjoys walks and nature. She also loves a good car ride. However, her favorite thing to do is lay around like an old lady and be warm.
Cute Brody Story:
It always warmed my heart how she and my grandma both loved one another. Brody was my grandmas light and joy and happiness. Brody would sit on my grandmas lap and it was so sweet to see how they loved. Brody was my grandmas everything.
Brody was my first dog and my first rescue dog. They told me she was a “dasher.” Inevitably when there was a gate left open, or a door, she would run away. I found myself always chasing after her, sometimes in my pajamas. What’s sweet about this story is how she’s changed. She came into a warm loving home and knew she was cared for and loved. Still, her curiosity would get her and she would still make an escape if/when she could but we would th find her sitting and waiting at our front door to be let in. She knew she was home.
Why is Brody Being Rehomed?
Unfortunately Brody doesn’t get along too well with small children. She doesn’t like to be bugged and pestered by the toddler and will bite. My 7 month old nephew will soon enough be crawling and walking. We can’t have her biting him as well. We’ve tried it for as long as we could but my sister just can’t take the risks anymore for her children. We all love Brody,and she’s a wonderful girl, but we can’t take the risks with the children. It breaks my heart to see her go but she can’t live her life in a cage and we can’t live in fear of her biting one of the kids.
Brody’s Perfect Adoptive Home Will Be:
The new home would have no small children; they must be older.
A home that’s willing to give her all the love and attention she needs. She loves to lay next to you/on you. A home that is looking for a small lap dog would be ideal.
I’d love to stay updated on her and how’s she doing and possibly some pictures every now and then from her new home.