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Originally Posted on May 15, 2017

  • Rescue Coordinator: Jennifer Van Camp
  • Fostered in Illinois
  • Name Known By: Branden
  • Estimated Age: 1
  • Sex: Male
  • Neutered: Yes
  • Pure Kerry: Yes
  • Housebroken: Yes

Branden has been adopted on August 23, 2017.

  • Dog's Original Name: N/A
  • Dog's New Name: Brendan

Branden is a little bit on the lean side and could use an extra meal a day. He is in good health otherwise and will soon be neutered.


Branden is a happy and people friendly Kerry Blue. He is full of spunk and energy. He has no known health conditions and is soon getting a vet check up.

People friendly. Needs work with other dogs.

Branden is a Young Kerry Blue male of good breeding.

Branden is in a Foster to Adopt home and his adoption is pending.

Happy Go Lucky

Other Dogs: No

Brandon needs some socialization to determine when and what other dogs he will do well around.

Cats: Maybe


Children: Maybe

Brendan is in excellent health.

We would love to see Branden take an obedience class.

Additional Photos

Photo of Branden
Photo of Branden
Photo of Branden

August 23, 2017 Update

Brendan Has been adopted by his foster dad! They are living the good life together. His dad has all day every day to play and spend time with him! Brendn gets lots of walks. His new groomer and vet love him too! Bendan also has other members of the family living close by that come and spend a lot of time playing with him and visiting!


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