Tiera

FemaleHousetrainedPotties on leash
Published: March 27, 2011

I've been adopted!

 

Age: 4-5 years
Gender: Female

Tiera is a sweet, gentle, and affectionate girl. It is a joy to have her as a foster dog!  She is also known as Thumper because of the sound of her tail hitting the floor, walls and furniture when she is happy to see us. Tiera is a perfect lap dog and will cuddle with you as long as you want! When you hug her, she moans out loud with happiness.  She is a submissive dog and will come when called. She is house-trained and has never had an accident in our home. A big plus is that she gets along great with our other two dogs. We took Tiera to the beach one weekend and she was excellent traveling in the crate – never made a noise! She also walks very nicely on the leash. In summary, Tiera is very playful, obedient, easy-going and just fun to be around. She would make a wonderful family pet!

7 Responses

  1. Amy

    She is so cute. We have adopted from BREW in the past and will be looking to adopt again this fall. How big is Tiera? Aproximate weight?
    –Amy Ashmore

    • Laura

      Amy,

      We’d love to help you find another beagle companion. Email me at Laura@brewbeagles.org and we can chat.

  2. Christi

    Hi, Christine.

    Tiera sounds like the perfect dog for my family. We have a Beagle/Corgi mix that could use a female companion. We would love to get them together and see how they get along!

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    Christi

    • Laura

      Christine, if you have not submitted an adoption application, please do so. We can put you in touch with Tiera’s foster mom for a meet n greet once the interview has been conducted.

      Thanks.
      Laura Charles Johnson
      Director, BREW

  3. Christine

    I think Tiera would get along just fine with the other dogs, but we live in a house so I don’t know exactly how she would be in an apt. While I’m at work we have all of our dogs confined in a small bedroom and she has no problems. Tiera has not been destructive at all. She can be vocal when she hears people outside, so that would be my only concern. If your building is fairly quiet, then your place might feel similar to my house, since she is confined to one room during the day anyway. She needs plenty of exercise and she loves to run and play so she would want a lot of daily walking. Besides that, I think the most important thing to Tiera would be spending time with her people because she is so affectionate!

  4. Christine

    I think Tiera would get along just fine with the other dogs, but we live in a house so I don’t know exactly how she would be in an apt. While I’m at work we have all of our dogs confined in a small bedroom and she has no problems. Tiera has not been destructive at all. She can be vocal when she hears people outside, so that would be my only concern. If your building is fairly quiet, then your place might feel similar to my house, since she is confined to one room during the day anyway. She needs plenty of exercise and she loves to run and play so she would want a lot of daily walking. Besides that, I think the most important thing to Tiera would be spending time with her people because she is so affectionate!

  5. Zoe

    Also, do you think she would do well in an apartment? We also have an 11.5 year old yellow lab, and an 11 year old shitzu. Thanks!

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