Aspen - 20034822

Location: John's Creek, Georgia
Gender: 
Spayed Female
Color: Liver and White
Birthdate: February 28, 2022 - Actual
Age: 1 Year, 9 Month

  • Crate Trained
  • OK with Dogs
  • Needs Fenced in Yard

Adopted!!!

**We will not be transporting Aspen**Hiiiii! I’m Aspen and I am looking for my forever family. If you have a moment, take a seat! I’d love to tell you more about myself!In July, me and two of my littermates met these super nice people and put some fancy collars and tags on us. They started calling us “ABR” dogs and we had no idea what that meant. But lemme tell you. the couches are comfy, the food is good, and the snuggles are the best. If that’s what being an ABR Brittany is like, we should have done this a while ago! I’ve lived in this foster home for about a month, and in that month, I have learned to play with my two Brittany foster sisters. Sometimes I’m a little too much for them, but hey I’m just a puppy. My foster mom has been saying a lot of words like “off” and “leave it” and I’m learning really fast! She also says “AspenWhatIsInYourMouth” and “AspenWhatAreYouDoing”. Those phrases are a little confusing, but I think she’s trying to tell me something, I just don’t know what yet. My foster mom loves to play ball with me. I bring it back to her most of the time because I think playing ball is the BEST! My favorite time? It’s when she laughs at my zoomies. Brittany zoomies are awesome, and foster mom thinks they’re hilarious! At night, I settle down on my own and my favorite place to fall asleep is on the humans’ chest. I’m a tiny girl, only weighing about 17lbs. My foster mom calls me a “shadow tri” but my foster dad thinks she is making it up. I love being with people, and I love being with other dogs. I’d really love to be with my humans all day, and I’ll go anywhere they want, so long as I am with them. I love this place, I really do. But I think it’s time to find my forever home! If you think you could be it, please fill out an application.Foster mom here! Little Aspen has really come a long way in the month she has been here. In this month, she has really learned how to be a Brittany! She is a silly girl, food driven and everything you would expect from a Brittany puppy. Truthfully, she would be a great addition to a family that has the time and patience for her! Puppies can be a handful but the end is worth it. If you think Aspen would be a good fit, please fill out and submit an application to adopt.