Brutus Black Labrador Retriever Male 6 Years Old

January 14, 2019
Brutus had a large fatty lipoma removed on Tuesday.  He did very well .  Yesterday the drainage tube was removed and stitches on the 23rd.  He has been so good he has not had to wear a cone.  He’s such a good boy.

Overall he has been wonderful, left out alone all day and gets along with my dogs well.  He walks well and does well when seeing other dogs.

December 4, 2018

Brutus is doing very well, he has settled in very nicely with my girls.  He is calm, sleeps well at night in my room and chills out on his dog bed.

He loves everyone, that means children and adults.  You can tell he lived in a home with another dog and children before.Black Labrador Retriever on recliner

He has made himself right at home!

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