Brevard North Carolina Real Estate Blog: Rescue Dogs Need Your Help -Brevard NC - 12/15/09

Rescue Dogs Need Your Help -Brevard NC - 12/15/09

Here's this most recent rescue dogs from the Brevard, NC area.  Please pass this along to anyone you know who can help and please re-posts these notices so we get the word out to as many people as possible. If you, or someone you know is affiliated with any breed rescue groups, we'd love to hear from you!

Thanks as always for caring about our 4-legged friends.

Brindle Pit

Indiana- Stray Brindle Pitt (12-15) male 40 pounds unneutered friendly, does NOT like leash, Pine Crest Apartments.

 Available Monday December 21









Hannah (Pitty mama)






Harold -  Stray male black lab (December 11) Maybe 6 months old, 50 pounds found on Daimond's Creek 

Available Wednesday December 16






Helena-Stray female Retriever(?) mix (December 11) found on Ross Road near the shelter

Available Wednesday December 16







India -  Stray mix female (12-14),less than a year old, 15-20 pounds, very underweight (Pet of the week)

Available Monday, December 20






Isaac - Stray Plott, young male,found on Diamond's Creek, about 45 pounds, 2-3 years old, friendly. Plotts are the state dog of North Carolina.

Available Monday December 20










DunbarDunbar - Husky. Probably about a year old. Needs housebreaking and neutering. Available now.






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Comment balloon 3 commentsCarol Clay • December 16 2009 10:43AM


The Plott is beautiful. How is he with other dogs?

Posted by Scott Smith, Gloucester & Rockport, Massachusetts (Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage) over 9 years ago

Hey Scott - Isaac the Plott was picked up as a stray so we really don't know how he is with other dogs. I can tell you this...we went out there yesterday to save Harold, the black Lab because we have an affinity for Labs. But when we met Isaac, we really had to think about it. He has the sweetest disposition. Even in the horrible conditions of the shelter, he was sweet and very gentle. We ended up taking Harold because he had been there his alloted time and was probably going to be put down.  I saw Isaac again today when I took Harold back for his shots..and stopped to pet him.  Do you know much about Plotts? They are the state dog of NC.

Our shelter is very old and very small so when it gets full, which is practically every day, they start putting dogs down who have been there 5 days or more. Isaac came in on Monday so he only has until this coming Monday...then he's living on borrowed time.

Let me know if you can help! You can reach me directly at 828-551-6290



Posted by Carol Clay, Broker/REALTOR, Brevard NC Real Estate Specialist (Looking Glass Realty) over 9 years ago

Hi again Scott - Thought you'd like to see the comments I got back concerning Isaac the Plott.


Plotts make excellent companions and are generally good with children. They are loyal and intelligent. Quick to learn and quick to love.
Isaac has been fine with the other dogs at the shelter and  confidentially,
ACO (animal control officers) say they believe he was from a family with lots of dogs and children, but did not contact the family, because that family lets their dogs run loose and don't pick them up when they end up at the shelter.
Posted by Carol Clay, Broker/REALTOR, Brevard NC Real Estate Specialist (Looking Glass Realty) over 9 years ago

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