Bryce and Trudy
ARPH #13607 and ARPH #13608
Meet Bryce and Trudy! These two sweethearts were surrendered to Animal Control after being found neglected in an overgrown outdoor kennel. Apparently their elderly owner was no longer able to care for them. ARPH was contacted and fortunately we had a foster home step up to help. Trudy and Bryce are looking for a home together since they are very bonded and have been together all their lives.
Trudy and Bryce are both sweeter than sweet happy go lucky pups. They are 9 years old but watching them play and interact one would think that they are much younger. We suspect that they had to of received loving attention most of their lives judging by how socialized they are. They greet everyone with kisses and their little nubs never stop wiggling. They both LOVE to catch Frisbees. If foster mom hides the Frisbee after playing, they will search for it hoping that it can be brought out once again just to play just a little more. They both are crate and housetrained. They both get along great with other dogs with Trudy being just a little more reserved than Bryce.
Trudy is a Black Tri female and weighs around 40 pounds. Trudy is a very happy girl and loves to stay close to her person. As of right now, she likes to be accompanied out in the yard as if she is concerned that she might be left there. She has a strong interest in learning new things. She has a good sit and down command. Foster mom says, “She has a wonderful nubbin wag. When I go to let her out of her crate She will lift one paw and get wiggly. If the blanket is messed up in her crate she somehow manages to get it all straightened out.”
Bryce is a Double Merle male and is deaf. He weighs around 30 pounds. Foster mom took Bryce to the Ophthalmologist and he was the hit of the place. He wanted to love on everyone he met there. Since Bryce is deaf, we wanted to have his eyes checked to identify any possible ocular abnormalities that may be associated with his merle gene. Good news! The Ophthalmologist said that he had very good vision, his vision should remain stable for the rest of his life and no further follow up or treatment are needed. He may have a little vision compromise when his eyes adjust from going into a bright setting from a dim one, but other than that all looks great. His sister Trudy likes to look after him while Bryce seems more carefree and just wants to have fun. Bryce likes to go into his crate and will stay there to sleep with the crate door open. He rides well in the car and likes to look out the window enjoying the passing scenery. He has good recall just with a hand wave and knows sit and down with hand signals. He is very treat motivated and loves to learn. Foster mom says, “Love to watch him tossing toys around and self playing. Absolutely loves to climb in lap for cuddles and pets. He looks like the happiest dog ever when he is in a lap.”
Trudy and Bryce are looking to be adopted together. A home with a physical fence is an absolute requirement. They will also need a home where they will get regular backyard play time with such activities as Frisbee and ball retrieving. Their home will also need to be committed to ongoing training as this is important for bonding and communication. Since they do like to jump, only homes with kids 9 and older will be considered.
If you are an approved ARPH adopter and interested in adopting Bryce and Trudy together, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further discussion. They are being fostered in Northwestern Indiana. If you are interested in becoming an approved ARPH adopter, the first step is to submit an application.
Mom made some movies of us! You won't believe how cute we are!