Meet Brady, he is approximately 5 years old and a lab mix. He weighs around 60 pounds. He came to us from a rural shelter in Texas.

Brady has been with us a while now, and is still looking for his forever home. He is a handsome boy, who has some quirks that he needs his adopters to understand and accept. Brady does need to be the only pup in the home. He doesn’t react to other dogs when he is on his walks but he doesn’t love to share his home.

We don’t know what Brady’s past was but we can assume it was not an easy life. He does not like to be contained. We have worked with a trainer with him and he has a severe trauma response to being forced into a crate and the door locked. BUT- the good news is, if the door is open, he will choose to go in his crate. In fact, he will nap and sleep in his crate all night with no problem. During the day he can be left out and is not destructive and does not have any accidents.

Brady wants his forever family to be active- going for walks, playing catch, car rides, hikes, etc. He still needs some basic training because he can be jumpy when excited- but mental exercise with him for training is also really good!

Because Brady is a muscular boy and has a good amount of energy, we are recommending a home with no young children- teenagers/highschool age are fine!