Hi, I'm Brody. I was adopted on January 26!

Terrier Mix


Adult, Male

Brody is a 3-year-old, 27-pound terrier mix that was one of three dogs involved in a tragic case of carbon monoxide poisoning in December. Monterey County Animal Services contacted us for help. Brody suffered from hypoxic brain damage but of the three dogs, he was the most alert. After spending a week at the vet receiving supportive care, Brody was cleared. His foster mom reports that he is a delightful little dog who loves going for walks and cuddling on the couch. Brody is blind in one eye, so he startles easily, but overall he is doing amazingly well. With a gentle and easygoing personality, Brody is house trained (does mark in new environments) and is learning his basic commands. He comes when called and gets along nicely with other dogs and cats. Since he can be startled when approached from his blind side, adult adopters or families with kids over age 8 preferred. He will benefit greatly from an adopter familiar with clicker training. For more information or to arrange a meet and greet, please fill out an online application.

Please note: Due to COVID-19, preference is given to residents of Monterey County and Santa Cruz County.

Brody has already been adopted!