Brandi *Mrs. Goosie*

Carolina Dog/American Indian Dog
Picture of Brandi *Mrs. Goosie*, a female Carolina Dog/American Indian Dog

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Age: 9 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Brandi *Mrs. Goosie*

Special Gift Box:
The family of Charlie, Abbie, Teddy, Maggie, Sam and more!
The family of Charlie, Abbie, Teddy, Maggie, Sam and more!

Branid, Brandi Bear, Brandums, Bearrykins, wiggle buns, Squeakums Silly Bean, Sillums, Silly buns,Momma, Yoda Face, Buddha Belly,Piggums, Mrs. Goosie, Mrs. Bunnor, Bearykins

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:
-mutt-pound dog-dog rescue

Gotcha Date:
February 20th 2011

February 14th 2008

Butt scratches, her family, having family share their food with her, playing with Bear, chasing Bear around the house, meeting her dog friends, walkies, chasing cats/ducks, treats

rude dogs, strangers but she is getting used to my bf. she dislikes Kids and stranger that try to pet her so far she dosn't bite just nicely moves away, the neighbor's dog's that always fight through the fence with her when we go on walkies

Favorite Toy:
Her giant stuffed cow from Walmart, her goose that is ripped and has almost no stuffing left, her frog and beaver, her kong

Favorite Food:
Chicken. We are buddies though so you name it I'll share it with her. Except corn, wheat, or dairy. Her food allergies would flare up and make her itch like crazy

Favorite Walk:
Dog park, any walk will do as long as you take her for a walk!

Best Tricks:
Crawl? She does sit, down, leave it, take it, drop it, shake but the non pc way, she is working on her waiting and staying, sitting pretty, and dancing OH YES BEST TRICK sticking her but up in the air for scratches

Arrival Story:
After beloved Osiris died and my grandparents finally consented to another dog for a Valentine's gift for me;My grandma insisted on getting this Border Collie mix who I was absolutely terrified of once he came home so I says no we give him back I am terrified of him. He was very dominant and was not ok with not getting his way so he would jump ontop of me to make me do things etc. I was like 16 at the time. So we gave him back, he was later adopted; but the Irvine Animal Shelter had a swap policy where you could get another dog if your first didn't work out. We got Brandi origionally named Carolina who had just gotten spayed a few days before her third bday which was right around when we got her. She was part of a third chance program "The Third Chance program transfers animals from overcrowded Southern California shelters where they may have limited chances for adoption, and brings them to the Center for a chance at finding their forever home. Why the name Third Chance? Their first home was their first chance, the shelter they were brought to was their second chance, and the Center is their Third Chance."

When we got her, her boobies were very saggy as she had just a large litter of puppies, when no one is sure as she was found running as a stray they told us; before or after the birth I'm not sure when, anyway she had many large litters previously we got her because she was a medium size nice walking friendlyish girl. We took her home with her after surgery medication, her purple martingale collar and leash and her lamb toy. From that day fourth I have always been her favorite she currently has the best life possible that we can give her, including blinged collar, rain coat, sweater etc. She was originally listed as a Korean Jindo but that just didn't seem right to us so I looked and found Carolina dog profile on Dogster. THIS IS IT, it was fate her original name was Carolina and the Dogster picture of Carolina Dogs fit her almost perfectly and it makes sense since she was a supposed stray dog. Anyway we aren't 100% sure if she is a purebred Carolina Dog or even a Jindo. All I know is my little button is wonderful and completes my life, she is the best dog I have had and I finally raised a doggie right without my grandparents messing her up; they did with our other dogs because they though bad behavior etc. was spirit so no leadership or walks from them until Brandi. My grandma still has no part in her care but expects Brandi to want to love on her. As with breed standards she isn't friendly toward strangers; lol she barks at whoever is at the door no matter who you are.

Forums Motto:
I like Butt scritches...just not from u

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Ode to the "Dogs in the City"

Aquarius Dog's:
This explains her soo much; She's content just sitting by your side, practicing mental telepathy or trying to figure out the next big innovation. Don't Cramp My Style Buddy: Sometimes the Aquarius dog's independence makes it seem like she needs nothing from you, but don't let that fool you. She needs people, minus the ones who would smother her to death. This dog prefers a nice casual group of punk rockers, hippies, social activists and girl and guy next door's to pal around with. She isn't one of those possessive one on one types. She's happy knowing her best bud is nearby, but she'd prefer not to smell your human breath. Let her drift off into her own astral plane and glean the latest insights that will take the rest of humanity decades longer to understand. This people-person dog loves groups — the more the better! She'd join doggie science clubs and humane societies and political parties if she could. Aquarius dogs like to herd everyone together. They're highly civilized but unconventional: a big fur ball of contradictions. One minute they'll seem like the most average Joe dog and the next minute like a genius freak from Mars. In any case, good luck finding a more conscious and conscientious canine. They're really here to save humanity from its own stupidity. Let this wise old dog teach you some new tricks. Barking to the Beat of My Own Drummer: This dog stands out from the crowd with her unique signature style. The best way to spot an Aquarius dog star is by the quirky, off-beat style whether it's an outlandish dog collar, or eccentric doggie mannerisms. Your Aquarian dog star might even twitch or have sudden bursts of energy where she shoots around the house like a bolt of lightening. Expect the unexpected with this outlandish pooch. They live by their own weirdo rules that change for no apparent rhyme or reason. Don't' try to figure this doggie out, because it's utterly impossible. This dog defies the laws of normal human gravity and logic — you'd have to be a rocket scientist yourself to truly decode the brilliant behaviors of this mad scientist dog. You see, Aquarian doggies are simply light years ahead of the rest of us mere mortals, so the best you can hope for is that some of her oddball genius will rub off on you when you bathe and brush her. Watch and learn, you'll uncover the secrets to the universe.

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