Hi, my name is Colt and I’m a 2 ½ year old Brittany. My owner’s living situation became complicated so I moved in with my foster family. When I arrived, my inside manners were really not very good. I would jump on people, nip at them, and I had trouble telling them when I needed to go outside. Heck, a stair banister looks like a tree when you’re my size!That was then and today, I’ve come along way. I know how to tell my foster parents when I need outside, I’ve mostly stopped nipping, I can sit, and I know how to go to my crate when it’s time to rest. I have a ton of energy and I’m always ready to play or run so if you want to adopt me be ready for some action.Just so you know, even though I’ve never had any training, I can stalk and point. I’m ready to take it to the next level and learn to hunt some birds if you are willing to teach me. If hunting isn’t your thing then I can still be your best friend since I can play fetch all day long. At the end of the day, when we’re all tired, if you will let me, I’ll jump up on the couch and cuddle up to you.To be honest, I think I’d do best with an active family who wants to play and can provide me with a consistent routine. I like routines!My Foster dad said I’m all up to date on my vaccines and I am Heartworm negative (whatever that means) and have something called a microchip. If you think I would be a good fit, please complete theadoption application and mention my name and ID# and my foster dad will get back in touch with you.Colt is an Owner Surrender from the daughter of the original owner. Seemed Colt liked her more than her dad and he didn’t have the time needed to work with him so he gave Colt to her. She ended up having to move and couldn’t take Colt with her so they reached out to ABR.