My names Bramley and I’m a 13 week old west highland terrier. When I grow up I want to be snowy. Do u know who snowy is? Snowy was Tin Tins dog and they had many an adventure together where snowy was the best of companions and always saved the day. Okay that may not be totally true but foster mum has told me about Snowy and that’s what I want to be.
In preparation for my adventures, I have been jumping and chasing leaves in the garden. This will build my strength and stamina and when I’m feeling really brave, I try to chase foster mums’ cat but the nawty cat just jumps up out of my way. I don’t want to hurt the cat I just want to sniff her and play chase so I can build my speed up.
When foster mum thinks I need a bit of growing time she puts me in my cage. She normally puts lots of yummies in my cage with me and I’m happy to sit there and chill for a while.
After surveying my territory, I have decided that the best room in the house is the kitchen. Why is this room my favourite I hear you ask? Well, it’s my favourite room as this is where the cat food is kept. Foster mum keeps the food up high but I’m working on a plan to get to it and one day when she’s not looking, I’ll get there. This room is also where some goodies drop from the heavens and lands on the floor. I’m not sure where this comes from, I think it’s a gift from the gods of the doggos and they are bestowing gifts especially for me.
When I have had my gift from the gods, I like to swagger off out to the garden and survey my territory. I also like to see if that cat is out and has decided that she wants to play.
I have to tell you that apart from my training to be the next Snowy my other training such as lead walking, good doggo manners and toilet training is all a work in progress.
I’ve met some small people and as long as they give me room to decide if I want to play with them then I’m okay with them. I just don’t like it if they overcrowd me whilst I’m deciding and I will go to foster mum for a cuddle.
Sometimes I take time getting used to the big people too and if I’m feeling overwhelmed then ill cuddle with foster mum till it passes and then I’m good to go. I know Snowy was never nervous of other people but I’m still little and am learning.
I would like a home with or without another doggo to play with. Small people who will be nice to me and play with me. Big people who will help me on my quest to be a Snowy stand in. I want adventure in the great wide open, I want it more that I can tell. And for once it might be grand to have someone understand that there’s way much more to me when I am brave and grown.
To be adopted on a neutering and training agreement
1st vaccs, microchipped and up to date flea and wormer
Fostered in Frome, Somerset
Bramley comes with 5 weeks free Agria pet insurance