Adoptables

Brees

  • Animal ID

    56152712

  • Breed

    Terrier, Pit Bull

  • Age

    3 years

  • Size

    49 pounds

  • Sex

    Male

  • Housetrained

    Partially

  • Location

    Plaquemines Parish Campus

  • Intake Date

    2024-06-17

  • Adoption Price

    90.00

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Name: Brees
Age: 3 years old
Breed: Quarterback (Terrier)
Size: Medium, athletic build
Special Needs: None
Temperament: Charismatic, resilient, team player

Bio:
Hey there, future teammate! I'm Brees, a retired NFL quarterback (in spirit) who's ready to bring my winning spirit to your home. With a career full of victories and records, I've hung up my helmet and am now looking for a loving family to share my next chapter with.

I may not be tossing footballs anymore, but I still have a passion for teamwork and leadership. Known for my determination and resilience on the field, I bring those same qualities into everyday life. Whether it's coaching your little ones in sports or just being a supportive presence, I'm here to be your MVP.

I don't have any special needs or requirements-just a desire to be part of a loving household that appreciates my playful spirit and devotion. If you're looking for a charismatic companion who's ready to tackle life's adventures with you, consider adopting Brees. Together, we'll score big on love, laughter, and unforgettable memories. Let's make every day a touchdown!

Brees is available for adoption at the Plaquemines Campus at 455 F. Edward Hebert Blvd in Belle Chasse. We are open Tuesday through Saturday 10am to 5pm. For any questions, please call 504-934-6931 or email plaqueminescampus@laspca.org.

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