Say “Cheese” – It’s Brie!
Her smile brightens the dullest of days
Her smile brightens the dullest of days and she has captured the hearts of everyone here, Brie is an undeniably gorgeous girl inside and out.
Although she may be a little older than some of our other residents here, Brie certainly doesn’t let her age slow her down, particularly when a game of fetch is promised. She is always up for a good long walk and simply adores her adventures out and about with her favourite people. Brie is also a real foodie, so plenty of snacks would be an excellent way to her heart!
Since arriving with us, Brie has made outstanding progress in many areas and her willingness to learn never dwindles. She will need her training to be continued in her new home, so is seeking a family who are eager to invest plenty of time and experience into helping her overcome her worries.
Brie’s new family will need to have experience with rehoming rescue collies, and will also be required to have a good understanding of dog body language and behaviour. She will be a project dog, and it takes Brie a little time to build a bond and fully trust new people - once this has been achieved, she is a very loyal companion who enjoys fuss!
Brie is looking for a rural environment to spend the rest of her years where she will not have to be around other dogs or traffic. She will need an adult-only home with minimal visitors, and would like to be the only pet.
Despite Brie’s age, she is hoping to find a reasonably active home with quiet walking opportunities and the promise of plenty of games of fetch with her very favourite thing in the world – tennis balls.
For a family willing to invest the time and patience into settling her in, we are confident that Brie will make a wonderful companion and that her family will reap the rewards in the long run.
To offer Brie her forever home, please email us with plenty of information about your family, home and lifestyle. It will be important to include any breed and behaviour experience you have, and a contact number must be provided. We are currently rehoming a maximum of 1 hour from the Centre.