Brownie needs a foster home in Northern California!

Big and beautiful! Ready to be a loving companion for someone who wants a single dog! Brownie3 (the “3” is silent) is eager to join you for walks, runs, and cuddling. OK, so maybe it’s hard to cuddle with a 75-pound dog … but that won’t stop either of you from trying to manage it. Transportation to your home will be provided.

To foster Brownie (Northern California only – Visalia to the Oregon border):

Also available for direction adoption – if you’re ready to adopt, Brownie is also available for direct adoption.  If you’re interested, complete the adoption questionnaire here: and then let’s talk!

More about Brownie:

  • Brownie is happy to sit whenever asked, including before going through gates. He has great leash manners (check out his video!) and loves affection. He leaves his blankets and beds intact.
  • Brownie enjoys taking a snooze in the office to get a break from the kennel. Despite frequent traffic of new people and dogs, he gives a quick bark to alert and then stops.
  • Crate skills galore! He is happy to go in a crate, either wire or plastic. He will even sit to be leashed up, in the crate, before coming out. Loud noises are no bother to Brownie.
  • Brownie’s larger stature and calm demeanor make him a perfect guy to snuggle.
  • We believe Brownie will do best in an only dog home. He does not like to share his humans with other dogs. Brownie is fine around town if he is given space. And guests with dogs who visit you? Simply crate Brownie!

About Me
Gender Male
Estimated Age 6
Current Weight 75 lbs
Good with other dogs? No
Good with cats? Unknown
Good with kids? Yes (6 and up)
Status Available to foster
Other Notes Dog-selective - does not get along with all dogs and he will do best as the only dog in your home

Adoption Information

Brownie is in our foster program and is looking for a foster home that is seriously interested in adoption. You’ll have the support of our foster team while any medical and behavioral needs are addressed, and we pay those expenses. Best of all? You’re first in line to adopt him! Learn more about fostering

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