Boisterous Brandon

How handome is Brandon!
This gorgeous boy is 2 1/2 years old. He has had quite a troubled past, he came to us in a sorry state as a stray at the start of the year. When Brandon arrived he was serverly malnourished and had some nasty wounds all over his front legs. He has needed several courses of antibiotics, pain relief and alot of time from the staff to get him back to full recovery. He is still a little on the lean side but with regular meals he is gaining the weight and looks so much better to the poor soul that first arrived. Regardless of this he has always been such a happy boy and loves to get attention from anyone he meets.

Although we have no previous history on Brandon and the type of life he had before arriving at the centre we know it wouldnt of been the best and due to this he is not suitable to be rehomed around other animals. He has shown aggression towards other dogs while he has been with us. We would also like to find an adult only home for him with owners that have a lot of time to spend with his training and socialising.

Brandon loves a toy to play with and boy can he run! He will need a home with a large secure garden so he can get upto his full speed and do his zoomies around the garden. He is looking for an active owner that loves to go out on adventures and will take him on plenty of nice walks.

Applications have opened for Brandon

Please contact the 'rehoming team' for an application form

Please ensure you meet all his needs before applying

Contact the rehoming team by clicking the link above to apply

About Brandon

I got to Mrs Murray's…

About 3 months ago (108 days)









I've been…

Microchipped, Neutered, Vaccinated, Wormed.

I can live with…


I prefer not to live with…

Dogs, Cats, Children.

Ideal home

Garden, Lots of internal space, Countryside.

I am…

Confident, Energetic, Friendly, Partially Trained (Recall etc.), Partially House (Toilet) Trained.

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Each year over 1500 animals pass through our doors - most abandoned or unwanted. The Home is a registered charity and is largely dependent on donations, legacies and the support of the public to help fund the cost of looking after the animals and securing their future.