Sweet best describes Brennan. When a volunteer spotted Brennan at the county shelter, his eyes immediately tugged at her heart strings. How did this sweet old man end up there? What is his story? Why is his constantly drooling? Why is fur around his face so tight? Why is he so sad? After a few weeks at the shelter, it was clear that Brennan's time was running out. When we were made aware of Brennan's medical concerns and his depression, we decided to take him under our wings. Initially it was feared Brennan had distemper as he had facial stiffness and non stop drooling. After neurological tests and blood work indicated he was in relatively good health, and as his symptoms slowly dissipated, it was assumed Brennan had been showing the effects of shelter stress. This poor fella was under such stress that at times it was difficult for him to open his mouth. Today Brennan is doing wonderful! He loves his daily walks and loves to find a nice patch of grass and roll over for belly rubs. Brennan would be sooooo very happy to be an only child and soak up all the love. We do not know Brennan's past but there is scarring around his neck that indicate he was injured in a dog altercation. We have not introduced him to any dogs while in our care but he is totally non-reactive when he sees other dogs (or cats). Brennan will be so happy to live out his golden years with multiple beds, a nice cozy spot in the sun, and multiple belly rubs a day. He is just a sweet boy. We believe Brennan is about six years old. It is hard not to look into his soulful eyes and not want to wrap him in your arms. If you are interested in adopting Brennan ($200 donation), please take a movement to fill out an application: https://www.povertyspets.org/adoption-form. An application is a must and once received, you will be contacted within 72 hours. Thank you.