Country Superstar Luke Bryan and Family Foster Another Dog in Need

Luke Bryan and his family have once again opened up their home and their hearts to a dog in need. A while back we shared their experience with an 18 year old name Poochie, who lived out his final days in love and comfort on the Bryan’s farm. Just 4 months later, they are fostering Kimmie, a gorgeous blonde female.

The Bryans are once again working with the organization Proverbs 12:10 Animal Rescue in Tennessee. Proverbs saved Kimmie from a kill shelter, and the Bryans immediately stepped up to foster her.

She is living the high life at Brett’s Barn, which is an animal sanctuary the Bryans started. She is being loved and cared for among the other animals there and is reportedly getting along well with all the kiddos and dogs. She will make one lucky family very happy when she finds her forever home.

Luke Bryan Is All About Rescuing Dogs – Read The Heartwarming Story of Poochie 

About Brett’s Barn

Brett’s Barn is part of the Bryan Family’s Brett Boyer Foundation, whose mission is to raise awareness about Congenital Heart Disease. Caroline Bryan’s niece, Brett, passed away at just 7 months old. Caroline promised Brett a white pony when she was a one month old baby and following her death, Caroline made good on that promise and then some. She found a white pony from a local animal rescue group and adopted it along with a second pony, a goat, and a pig. Brett’s Barn was born! Over time, Brett’s Barn has adopted around 20 animals. The sanctuary receives regular visitors and has plans for expansion.

View this post on Instagram

Monday’s aren’t so bad 😜 @brightforbrett

A post shared by Brett’s Barn (@brettsbarn) on Mar 11, 2019 at 3:19pm PDT

The world is a brighter place because of rescuers like Luke and Caroline Bryan. We tip our hats to them and know that their efforts will pay off for Kimmie and all the animals they have opened their hearts and lives to.

Featured Image Screenshot Brett’s Barn Instagram

The post Country Superstar Luke Bryan and Family Foster Another Dog in Need appeared first on

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.