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-Brandi-
Arrived 06/112021
Breed:  Chinese Crested - hairless
Gender: Female
Age:  approximately 11 years
Weight:  10 lbs


 

Brandi is a quiet little girl.  She has been very responsive to handling.  She is super sweet and fun little thing.  Megan had a pretty intensive surgery with the removal of quite a few small mammary masses.  She is well recovered from that and is doing so well engaging with the people who visit us.  Brandi is doing great in the crate and appears to have some level of piddle pad training.  She may also have doggie door or open door training.  If the door is not open or a piddle pad missing she does not appear to have signals for needing to go outside, so timing is going to be key with her transition.  Brandi handles grooming quite well.

 

 
 

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The adoption application is required prior to setting up an appointment to meet the dogs.
Meetings are done by appointment only after a complete application is received and approved.  The application is a key part to the interview process so please give me thoughtful answers as yes/no responses may be eliminated for lack of detail.

Before proceeding with this application please note - we only place our dogs within the Pacific Northwest area, which includes, Washington, Oregon and Idaho.

 

We can be contacted at
Christy@DisplacedPetsRescue.com

Visits are by appointment only, after we have an approved application on-file.
Please do not call me for detail on a specific dog.  Those questions are dealt with by email.
This will allow me to stay focused on the work that I need to do in caring for these little guys.
Once I have reviewed your application I will be contacting you at the email you have included in the application.

 

 

 

 

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