Brewster & Enzo

Brewster & Enzo - Adopted!

Name(s): Brewster (Bonded with Enzo)
Age: 5 years old
Size (weight): 15 lbs.
Coat & colour: Long-haired blond
Temperament: Affectionate and sweet caretaker
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: Unknown
Good with Kids: With older kids
Housetraining: Yes
Suitable for an Apartment: No
Origin: Owner surrender
Adoption Fee? $600 for bonded pair

And now a few words from me:

I came into foster care with my brother/buddy Enzo [NOTE: there is nothing in their records to confirm they are true siblings] and I’m pretty sure it’s my job to watch out for him. I like the other dog at the foster house too and am just waiting for the perfect opportunity to win her over. I am easygoing with new surroundings and routines, especially when I get lots of cuddles and belly rubs. I am crate-trained, and I am comfortable to be there with my buddy when the humans are not around or to sleep at night. I enjoy going for walks and car rides and I am getting used to the new food that I eat. Because I love my family so much I want to protect them from strangers, so I have been known to bark at everyone who comes to the house. I am also not a big fan of sudden movements, especially by loud children – this makes me anxious and protective, but I settle down quickly and am happy to follow the rules if you ask me to. I really like the treats my foster mom gives when she is happy with my behaviour.

And now a few words from my foster family:

Brewster is a lovely little caretaker with a very pleasant disposition. He arrived with Enzo and spends a lot of energy watching out for him – being the caretaker for the household is an important task to him. He likes to find a place to sit and just watch over all of the activity in the house. He has responded well to new routines and structure. He needs reminders about pulling on the leash but is comfortable to be walked by adults or kids alike because he enjoys trotting along in the sunshine with his buddy so much. He is housebroken and is getting accustomed to the new food. He doesn’t mind being groomed, bathed, handled etc. He reacts nervously to loud sudden movements (especially from kids) but we’ve been working on socializing him to these types of situations and while he gets anxious, he does react well to the boundaries we set. He sleeps very soundly after three hours at a nine-year old’s baseball game! For the most part, Brewster spends the majority of his day with a wagging tail behind him and is always eager to share this positive energy with you.

Name(s): Enzo (bonded with Brewster)
Age: 5 years old
Size (weight): 12 lbs
Coat & colour: Long-haired red
Temperament: Sweet little companion dog
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: Unknown
Good with Kids: With older kids
Housetraining: Yes
Suitable for an Apartment: Not likely
Origin: Owner surrender
Adoption Fee? $600 for bonded pair

And now a few words from me:

I came into foster care with my brother/buddy Brewster [NOTE: there is nothing in their records to confirm they are true siblings]. He likes to take care of me and I enjoy hanging out with him and other dogs – I don’t mind following their lead so if they start barking, I support the cause and help out. What I really love though is hanging out with my humans. I follow my foster mom around all day long, whatever she wants to do…because at some point, she will take a break and I will find my way onto her lap. That is what I live for – cuddles and belly rubs! Actually if there is a belly rub up for grabs, I will cuddle with just about anyone. I am crate-trained and am comfortable to be in my crate with my buddy when the humans are not around or to sleep at night, although I’d prefer to sleep on the big bed. I enjoy going for walks and car rides and I am getting used to the new food that I eat. Just like my buddy, I can be noisy with new people or loud children but settle down quickly, especially if you are going to reward me with yummy treats.

And now a few words from my foster family:

Enzo is a very sweet little guy that wants nothing more than to love and adore you, especially if it means he will get a cuddle out of it. He is very content to follow the lead of the other animals since his main preoccupation is getting attention from his people. When someone rings the doorbell or someone new approaches, he will usually bark because the other two dogs are barking, but he calms quickly. He has responded well to new routines and structure. He needs reminders about pulling on the leash but is comfortable to be walked by adults or kids alike because he enjoys trotting along in the sunshine with his buddy so much. He is housebroken and is getting accustomed to the new food. He doesn’t mind being groomed, bathed, handled etc. Enzo is cute little companion dog and spends the majority of his day with a wagging tail behind him and is always eager to share this positive energy with you.