Brinkley was surrendered by his family as he needed a lot more time and attention then what they could give him. He is your typical velcro golden boy who loves hanging out with you all day and evening!
As you can see, he loves riding along if you want to run the mower around the yard with him in a cart! He appears to have some skin issues and just saw the vet June 27th for medication.
Brinkley is housebroken, hasn't bothered anything in his foster home whenever he isn't right with them. One of the foster's barn cats put him in his place right away, so he knows that chasing them is a no no!
Brinkley will turn 9 in September. He walks pretty good on a leash. When he was a puppy his one leg was broken when someone fell on him. That leg appears to be painful and he has been placed on meds to help this. We'll be doing x-rays to see if anything else needs done to help his leg. Because of this, we ask that if you have children in your home, we request only older kids and teenagers in his home as little kids may unintentionally hurt him.
If you wish to be considered the lucky family to adopt Brinkley, the first step to be considered for adoption is to read our adoption policies
and follow the directions from there.