CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) - Name: Brownie
Breed: Yorkie/Poodle mix
Age: 9 months
Sex: Neutered Male
Color: Tan and Gray
Reason for Surrender and Description:
It is Adopt-a-Dog month and that includes babies like me. My name is Brownie and I am excited to meet you. I would love to have a new family to be able to go on walks, play, and maybe some really nice snuggle time.
I'm just a puppy, so that means I will require a family with lots of time for crate and housetraining, chew toy training, and the many other things I will need to learn to grow into a wonderful adult dog. My first family recognized they didn’t have the time to devote to me. If you have the time, patience, and energy for me, I bet I will turn out to be a fantastic dog for your family.
Update on previous pets –
- Kitty Cat – adopted!
- Isis – still available
- Gizmo – in foster
- Before the trick-or-treating starts, put your pets in a quiet room where they will be safe from all the Halloween activity.
- Masks and costumes change how people look and smell to a pet, so even familiar people may become frightening.
- When going out trick-or-treating, leave your dog at home.
- Remember that most pets are happiest wearing nothing but their birthday suits.
- If you do choose a costume for your pet, forgo masks, anything that covers eyes or ears, and something that might tangle in your pet's legs.
- Make sure the costume is comfortable and allows your pet to move freely.
- Bring your pets indoors before night falls. Cats are always safest inside with you, but on Halloween it’s especially important to secure all pets inside.
- In case they escape, make sure that all of your pets are wearing tags with current IDs (and consider microchipping them). Opening the door repeatedly for trick-or-treaters creates plenty of opportunities for a pet to slip outside and disappear into the night. Proper ID will help you reunite with your lost pet.