Chubby - 20030720

Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Color: Liver and White
Birthdate: November 1, 2010 - Actual
Age: 13 Year, 6 Month
Gender: Male
Altered Date: December 16, 2011

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

Adopted!!!

Dog Story: Hi everyone!! Chubby here and I would like to tell you a little about myself!! First off.I’m a very sweet and docile pup. I love to play and run around the yard with the other dogs here at the ranch. I’m not very big into fetching though. I will just stare at it wondering ‘what does he want me to do with this thing? You want it? Come get it!’ Now I will say that I like to play with my toys and chew on my bones. Oh and before I forget.I am a gentlemen in that I am not a licker and I don’t freely give kisses away. You might say I’m more reserved in that department. But don’t get me wrong.I’m ALL PUP. I have lots of energy that needs to be put to good use, whether it’s a walk, a jog or playing. I just need to have the ability to burn it all off by the end of the day. And at night.I would love to cuddle with you either on the couch or bed. Now foster dad would like to say a few words Foster dad here! Chubby has come a long way from the first day we took him in. He has really evolved into a wonderful Brittany. The only down side is that he doesn’t like stairs, and won’t go on them, but with work, he could learn. Chubby has already learned so much in the last month or so. He is a very smart boy. Chubby has excellent house manners and will not even bolt out our front door. Chubby is crate trained, but isn’t real fond of it. He will let you know his displeasure when he has to go in one. If you feel Chubby is for you, then, please fill out the adoption application and mention his name and ID#. Chubby is up to date on his vaccines and heartworm negative. Chubby and his brother came into rescue a few months ago because their owner did not have time for them. They were kept in an outside kennel and did not have a lot of social skills. That was then, and this is now. You would never know they were the same dogs.

Chubby - 20030720

Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Color: Liver and White
Birthdate: November 1, 2010 - Actual
Age: 13 Year, 6 Month
Gender: Male
Altered Date: December 16, 2011

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

Adopted!!!

Dog Story: Hi everyone!! Chubby here and I would like to tell you a little about myself!! First off.I’m a very sweet and docile pup. I love to play and run around the yard with the other dogs here at the ranch. I’m not very big into fetching though. I will just stare at it wondering ‘what does he want me to do with this thing? You want it? Come get it!’ Now I will say that I like to play with my toys and chew on my bones. Oh and before I forget.I am a gentlemen in that I am not a licker and I don’t freely give kisses away. You might say I’m more reserved in that department. But don’t get me wrong.I’m ALL PUP. I have lots of energy that needs to be put to good use, whether it’s a walk, a jog or playing. I just need to have the ability to burn it all off by the end of the day. And at night.I would love to cuddle with you either on the couch or bed. Now foster dad would like to say a few words Foster dad here! Chubby has come a long way from the first day we took him in. He has really evolved into a wonderful Brittany. The only down side is that he doesn’t like stairs, and won’t go on them, but with work, he could learn. Chubby has already learned so much in the last month or so. He is a very smart boy. Chubby has excellent house manners and will not even bolt out our front door. Chubby is crate trained, but isn’t real fond of it. He will let you know his displeasure when he has to go in one. If you feel Chubby is for you, then, please fill out the adoption application and mention his name and ID#. Chubby is up to date on his vaccines and heartworm negative. Chubby and his brother came into rescue a few months ago because their owner did not have time for them. They were kept in an outside kennel and did not have a lot of social skills. That was then, and this is now. You would never know they were the same dogs.