Brownie is an almost 2 year old chocolate bitch, who is looking for that very special home.
She hasn't had much to do with men when we got her and it took her a good month to be comfortable with my husband, now she just thinks he is the bee's knees and loves spending time with him but it did take time.
Brownie is a happy girl once she gets to know you as you can see in the video, she loves walks and water and loves to retrieve but I don't think hunting would be her happy place.But who knows with the right person she maybe she would be ok
Brownie is fully health tested , hips elbows eyes and DNA done.
She has had one litter ( currently 6 weeks old) She was the most fantastic mum and loved her babies and produced some absolutely gorgeous babies..
Now for the negative
While Brownie is happy and outgoing now, it will take her quite some time to warm to her new family, she is nervous and very unsure to begin with. She doesn't take to strangers very well and is likely to run and hide , but we have noticed as time has gone on and we have ignored her behaviour or even told her to behave herself she has got considerably better.
. I do not think she would be good with young small children. The grand kids were here for the last 2 weeks ( age 7 and 9) after 2 weeks she finally would come up to them for a pat but was unsure. She would NOT cope with babies crawling over her at all and if you have young babies or toddlers this is not the girl for your family .
She would love to be on a farm or lifestyle block
reason for placing her,
I think she would be much better and happier if she was a member of a small family with perhaps another big dog, we have a fox terrier and she is fine with her but I don't know how she would handle a small yappy dog, as she doesn't like puppies jumping up at her ( which is understandable )
Btrownie will be spayed before she leaves and this will be her cost