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My first foster dog, BRANDI!!

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This is Brandi:

Mmm, these flowers smell nice.


I KNOW I'm gorgeous, you don't have to tell me.


Ooh, what's that over there??


Pooped out pup.



I just got Brandi today, from a rescue that needed foster homes ASAP. Well, all my foster kittens have gone to know homes and I've always wanted to foster a dog. Sooo, why not? Brandi is such a joy, even though she's only been her for about 9 hours. She is about 1-3 years old. We think she's a Bloodhound/Doberman Pinscher cross. That's our best guess. Or maybe she could have some Rottie in her. Who knows? I love her stubbed tail, fits right in with my pack! (I have a docked Min Pin and a docked Dobe.) The dogs seem fine with her. They love to romp around with her! I will seriously consider adopting her for real if she gets along with cats and vice versa. I have been considering getting another dog for a while now. Penny is 10 and Bailey is almost one year old. I need one in between, to keep Penny company, but to play with Bailey. She is the perfect canidate. She behaves well, house trained, leash trained and everything! All she needs is a home.
post #2 of 13
She's gorgeous!! What a sweetheart!
post #3 of 13
What an absolutely stunning dog. How did you come by her? Surely she wasn't abandoned or dumped??? She's just so gorgeous! I mean, she's obviously been taken care of - she's in lovely condition. I don't get some people, I really don't...
post #4 of 13
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Thanks you guys. Sarah- She was apparently surrendured. I don't know why, I didn't ask questions. Poor girl.
post #5 of 13
she is so cute!!! i wish I can have a dog.
post #6 of 13
she's adorable! she looks like she has a lot of hound in her (bloodhound maybe ? )
post #7 of 13
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Originally Posted by Miagi's_Mommy
she's adorable! she looks like she has a lot of hound in her (bloodhound maybe ? )
I was going to say that - most definitely a large, healthy dose of bloodhound in that beautiful girl
post #8 of 13
Aww she is so pretty! And I love the name (Thats my name and spelled exactly the same ) I hope she gets to live at your house forever!! She seems so happy to be there!!
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Originally Posted by KitEKats4Eva!
I was going to say that - most definitely a large, healthy dose of bloodhound in that beautiful girl
Yep, Brandi is definately a Bloodhound girl. But we can't seem to figure out what else. The rescue thought either Rottweiler or Doberman. I'm thinking the same, especially with the docked tail. She has a hound nose, though! I let her out in the yard and sniff sniff sniff! She is not getting along with the cats very well, though. *sigh* That's a shame, but maybe they can work it out. I could always keep them seperated, which is easier for me, since my cats are outdoors ALOT. (On tie outs of course.) So if Brandi goes outside, the cats come in and vice versa. I guess I could work it out.

Phenomsmom, that is so cool you guys have the same name! I think it's a beautiful name and I love the spelling. If I do end up keeping her, there's no way I'm changing it!
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Yep, Brandi is definately a Bloodhound girl. But we can't seem to figure out what else. The rescue thought either Rottweiler or Doberman. I'm thinking the same, especially with the docked tail.
Aren't dobermans born with long tails? I'd be interested to know whether her tail was docked or she was born like that, if so that's not a trait of Rottweilers because Rotti's are born with long tails.

No matter she's adorable! She definitley has some hound in her- she's a VERY gorgeous girl!
post #11 of 13
What a beautiful poochie. Hope you make it the forever home for Brandi!!
post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by Plebayo
Aren't dobermans born with long tails? I'd be interested to know whether her tail was docked or she was born like that, if so that's not a trait of Rottweilers because Rotti's are born with long tails.

No matter she's adorable! She definitley has some hound in her- she's a VERY gorgeous girl!

Yeah, I'm pretty sure Doberman and Rottweilers are born with long tails, not 100% sure, though. We have no idea whether she was docked or born with a short tail, since we have no idea about her background.
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Yes Dobes and Rottweilers are born with tails. Docking of Dobes' tails is becoming much less common these days though - I know quite a few Dobes with lovely, long tails. It really completes them they are such beautiful dogs.
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