Brianna's Story...

Yea, I have a sad story, but it’s all good now! I am one of the favorites at Our Pal’s Place which means I get multiple walks a day and A LOT of love! Being a country girl, I don’t like a lot of people and commotion. I’d prefer to be with my person and just hang out. And, I really don’t like the company of other dogs either. They tend to be busy bodies and too chatty for my taste. I prefer straight talk’n and telling it the way it is. I’m a country girl at heart and just prefer a slower, quieter pace of life. My favorite TV show is HGTV House Hunters! I am quite discriminating in my taste of homes. Why settle for the first that comes along when you can be choosy and find the best?! That’s my philosophy! So for the HGTV House Hunters, here’s what I’m looking for: I like Joanna Gaines’ farmhouse style … warm and cozy with a touch of modern. Large kitchen. Grassy back yard. Space from the neighbors. I’ve got a decent budget as all of my O.P.P. friends will pitch in to find my perfect home. While you search, I’m going to continue enjoying the time at Our Pal’s Place and cherish the time with my O.P.P. pals. If you must know my background … they never give the detailed background of people on HGTV though … here it is:” Jasper County Animal Control received a call regarding two skinny puppies along the side of the road. Animal control found the puppies and went to the near-by house to see if the puppies belonged to them. The animal control officers reported that the house had bars on the windows and doors, and the front door could not be reached for all of the junk and debris. Then they noticed a dog chained to a tree. The chain this small girl wore around her neck was a log chain ... a thick, heavy chain used to move logs. She had no food, water or shelter. Empty cans were strewn around as if someone was at times trying to feed her. In this case, going into a run-down animal control shelter was much better than how this girl was living! Notification was left for the people. Unfortunately, the woman responded stating she was coming in to get her dog. The county’s ordinances are not strong enough and, rather than punish people for the mistreatment of animals, they return them to live in the same conditions in which they were found. Luckily, the woman did not come in on the final day of her dog's holding period, and Rescue Me GA got her out and transported her to O.P.P.

 

Gender: Female
Size: Medium 20-90lb
Full-Grown: Yes
Primary Breed: Terrier
Rescued From: Jasper County Shelter
Good with other dogs: No
Good with cats: No
Good with children: No
House Trained: Yes

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helpanimals@ourpalsplace.org.

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