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Arizona

Indy - 5615


4 yr 1 mon (Adult)
Female
Tri-Color
Need Fence
Current Location: Casa Grande, AZ

Contact: Nancy Hensley
nhensley1@verizon.net
760-373-3235

Indy

(Arizona)

Dog Story:
Meet Indy! Indy is a beautiful French Brittany who was surrendered to a training kennel. She prefers women but we believe that is because her previous owner was a single woman. She does show reservations toward men. She shows an interest in birds but has had no formal training.

She must have a fence that she CANNOT climb as she climbed right over the top of her outdoor kennel.

She would love to be a house dog with someone who is home often. Someone who can spend time with her giving her the love and attention she craves. Someone who has a boyfriend for her to play with. And maybe someone who can show her how to be a hunting dog.

   
Texas

Faith - 5660


7 yr 10 mon (Adult)
Spayed Female
Orange/White
Crate Trained
OK w/dogs
Current Location: Livingston, TX

Contact: Addie Ann Spicer
abrtexas@yahoo.com
713 240 0790 or 719-539-3271

Faith

(Texas)

Dog Story:
Now introducing Faith! Faith is a beautiful orange & white spayed female, weighing 36 pounds, updated on all vaccines, heartworm negative & on prevention and microchipped. She gets along with other dogs very well and has done well with her indoor cats, however I am not sure I would trust her alone with them just yet. Currently, Faith is visiting her foster home in CO and has done extremely well off leash. She rode very well in car dirt from the trip and did well in the hotel room. Faith is learning some basic commands. She is eager to please and is quick to catch on. Her forever family should have an active lifestyle & another dog to play with.

History:
Faith came into ABR mid July. She was surrendered by her AZ family due to snapping at a young child. When she came to her foster home we did notice "fear aggression" with strangers. This has improved significantly however we will not adopt to families with young children or grandchildren. Please understand we want to share with you all that is good wth Faith as well as items needing attention. We want her to find her forever home.

 

   

Hagen - 5552


8 yr 4 mon (Senior)
Neutered Male
Orange/White
House Broken
Obedience
OK w/dogs
Need Fence
Current Location: San Antonio, TX

Contact: Addie Ann Spicer
abrtexas@yahoo.com
713 240 0790 or 719-539-3271

Adoption Pending 20 October 2017!!

Hagen

(Texas)

Dog Story:
Hagen is a 7 year, 9 month male whose elderly owner died, the family brought him to SPCA, and the shelter contacted ABR where he is settling in nicely to his foster home.

He is a friendly, affectionate boy, used to being mainly indoors. He's housetrained, and loves being an indoor/outdoor dog with his foster parents and their Brits. A typical Brit, he is high energy, chases squirrels, then crashes for long naps.

He is learning not to be on furniture; obedience; but is already leash trained. When excited, he barks, but not at night or outdoors. He sleeps in bed on covered area with other dogs outside, but I am sure would love an indoor dog bed or to snuggle with you.

Hagen's perfect home is with adults or family with teens, but no babies, toddlers or young children. He is great with other dogs, male and female. He has trust in both men and women, eager to please and very sweet. If you would like to be considered as Hagen’s “Forever HUMAN” please fill out our online adoption application and mention Hagen.

History:
Hagen was rescued from a shelter where he was an owner surrender.

   

Brittanys usually live 12-15 years, so if you are contemplating adoption, please be prepared to make that kind of commitment to the dog. Brittanys love their people and require personal attention every day.

Dogs placed by American Brittany Rescue, Inc. have been rescued from a shelter, found as a stray, or given up by an owner who could no longer keep or care for them. All dogs in foster homes have been (or will be) spayed or neutered, checked for heartworm, and are usually on preventative medication for heartworm. A dog's foster family can give you valuable information about its personality and temperament.

There are many more Brittany's available but not yet listed on the web site. These pages are always changing as homes are found and new dogs are placed into rescue. Please contact the State Coordinator for more information.

If you know of a Brittany who needs a home, please contact your nearest State Coordinator for assistance.