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Bradley - pending adoption!!!!!!!

Male Adult Beagle Beagle Unknown (mixed)

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About Bradley - pending adoption!!!!!!!

Adoption Fee: $225.00

My name is Bradley and I am a 20 pound, super soft, beagle mix.  They tell me that I am about 3 years old.  I am a very special dog looking for a very special home!  Although I do not remember my life prior to coming to BBRH almost 2 years ago, I know I had a very tough life.  All I really remember is that I was and still am terrified of people. It takes me a long time and a lot of treats to warm up and men are the scariest people ever!  But let me tell you that once I do, I love with all of my heart.  I will protect you through thick and thin from all of those other scary people out there.  I will not leave your side. I will snuggle and cuddle with you in bed (I am an undercover sleeper), on the couch or in your chair while you are working.  If you don't want to cuddle, I will gladly sit by your feet on a comfy dog bed.  My foster mom says I am a really good boy for going potty outside and she does not put me in a kennel when she has to leave.  I am getting used to a kennel though.  Sometimes I will lay in one with the door open and my foster mom will feed me in one, she says it is to lessen my fear of it.  I do not think I need one but whatever!  I do not bark or cry when my foster mom is gone but as soon as I hear her coming home I cry with excitement!  I like other dogs so long as they stay away while I am sleeping.  I do have a tendency to snap in my sleep if one gets close enough to startle me.  I will however cuddle with another dog so long as they don't startle me but it is best just to keep them away while I sleep.  I like the older, lazy dogs the best because they don't move as fast but I do like to play with the younger ones.  I like to play and snuggle with the cat in my foster home too!  Since I have been in foster care, I had to have my hernia repaired and surgery on my neck.  The doctors do not know what happened to  cause my neck injury and I do not remember but they said it was very bad and surprised I could still walk. I am better now though! I do take some medicine for my anxiety but I may be able to lower it once I fully trust you and only take during stressful times.  Right now though, I take everyday because I am still terrified of my foster dad unless he is giving me treats!  I am also going through training to learn how to meet new people and get used to other people.  You might not believe it but I have been doing great... But baby steps... Most of the time I am okay in the car when I ride shotgun.  However, sometimes it makes me really anxious and I pant heavily.  Foster mom has not figured why sometimes I get that way and I am not sure how to tell her.  I am slowly learning to walk on a leash.  Sometimes I stop and jump up for you to carry me and other times I will do a little better and just stop to make sure you are there.  We do not go very far at a time (again, we take baby steps) so my foster mom says I would be best in a home with a fence.  If you have patience, like to take baby steps, be surprised and amazed at every new thing I do and want be loved unconditionally then I am the boy for you.  I am up to date on my shots and microchipped, although I am still heartworm positive.  I am doing a "slow-kill" treatment which just consists of taking my heartworm preventative every month but they say it could take up to 5 years for all of the heartwors to die.  I am about 2 years into my treatment but thankfully I am asymptomatic.  Please do consider loving me even with my issues.  I promise that I am worth the love! I am fostered in KC , MO and my adoption fee is $225.00



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