Dog Story: I got a toy, wanna play??? Aw come on I wanna play! Take some time so we can play! If not we could snuggle up and you can rub on me some (I like that too) or you could teach me a new trick as I am so smart and learn quick! I am just 8 months old but have mastered some of the basics. I come to my name when you call me, I’m housebroken (and am persistent at telling you I need to go out), crate trained, walk nice on leash, like rides in the car and love the dogs in my foster home. I mastered the doggie door in one day too! Oh and I sit really nice so I can have a cookie! My foster mom wants to ensure that my next home will be a good match for me and will be my ‘forever home, which sounds good to me! So I will let her chime in and tell you what is on our wish list for my new home. I am off to play with my toys and then run around the yard some, see you soon! Casey is such a good boy it is sometimes hard to remember he is only 8 months old and has lots to learn, see and do. He is curious and everything is new and fun to him. He will need a physically fenced yard and an owner who has the time to dedicate to his training. A home where someone isn’t away from the house long hours would be best. He has transitioned into our home quickly and is very respectful of my two brittanys. He loves to be outside running around the yard and checking things out. He loves his toys and will take each and every one out of the basket giving each a turn to play. He thinks he is a lap dog and if you sit down he will come over to sit in your lap and just soak up all your attention. He sleeps through the night in his crate quietly without a peep. Whoever adopts this boy is one lucky person as he has all the loving traits of a brittany and just the right amount of energy! If you are interested in adopting Casey you must be able to drive to meet him, no long transports considered for this little guy, please take a moment to fill out our adoption application and we will be in touch soon! My prior owners purchased me from a Virginia breeder, they saw my cute face and couldn’t resist me (can’t blame them I am adorable). Unfortunately they had no fence so I needed to be on a tie out which didn’t give me an opportunity to burn off all of my energy. They quickly realized I needed more exercise and outside playtime, so they contacted ABR and here I am loving my foster home.