Cooper - 20032464

Location: Charlevoix, Michigan
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: June 24, 2016 - Actual
Age: 7 Year, 10 Month
Gender: Neutered Male

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

Adopted!!!

This handsome orange and white boy is a typical Brittany, full of energy and a love of the outside. He enjoys spending time hunting birds, bunnies and squirrels always on patrol ready to alert us. He flies like the wind chasing them around and around our acre and half yard. The yard has an invisible fence which he mastered in a day. Did I mention he is smart and learns quickly? Cooper gets along well with our dog and they especially love to race out the door to see who can get to the critter first barking all the way.Although he knows the command quiet and will comply, not barking is a work in progress. He gets so excited and feels the need to let us know when we have visitors or strangers are passing by. The two dogs together can create quite a bit of noise.Cooper knows basic commands sit, stay, lay down, down, quiet and come. He is housebroken, loves car rides, ice cubes, treats and wants to be with his people as much as possible. He has excellent manners in the kitchen, no begging or counter surfing. He is a speed eater and drinker so he must use a slow bowl to eat.He is crate trained and willingly opens the door. He uses the crate in our room at night and we don’t hear a peep out of him. We have also crated him when we are gone. No issues at all. We do reward him with a treat.Cooper does well with a routine and needs to know who is in charge. He can be nervous and fearful at times. A strong loving owner who can provide lots of exercise is important for him. Routine has helped reassure him. We are not considering sight unseen/long distance adoptions for Super Cooper.We feel it is important for all family members (humans and canines) to meet and assure we have a good fit.If you are interested in possibly becoming Cooper’s forever family, please complete theadoption applicationCooper was an owner surrender to a boarding facility.The facility owner attempted to place him.After failing a couple of times, she contacted ABR.We took him into our rescue program.This good boy is neutered, up to date on vaccinations, heartworm free and on prevention. He is also micro chipped.

Cooper - 20032464

Location: Charlevoix, Michigan
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: June 24, 2016 - Actual
Age: 7 Year, 10 Month
Gender: Neutered Male

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

Adopted!!!

This handsome orange and white boy is a typical Brittany, full of energy and a love of the outside. He enjoys spending time hunting birds, bunnies and squirrels always on patrol ready to alert us. He flies like the wind chasing them around and around our acre and half yard. The yard has an invisible fence which he mastered in a day. Did I mention he is smart and learns quickly? Cooper gets along well with our dog and they especially love to race out the door to see who can get to the critter first barking all the way.Although he knows the command quiet and will comply, not barking is a work in progress. He gets so excited and feels the need to let us know when we have visitors or strangers are passing by. The two dogs together can create quite a bit of noise.Cooper knows basic commands sit, stay, lay down, down, quiet and come. He is housebroken, loves car rides, ice cubes, treats and wants to be with his people as much as possible. He has excellent manners in the kitchen, no begging or counter surfing. He is a speed eater and drinker so he must use a slow bowl to eat.He is crate trained and willingly opens the door. He uses the crate in our room at night and we don’t hear a peep out of him. We have also crated him when we are gone. No issues at all. We do reward him with a treat.Cooper does well with a routine and needs to know who is in charge. He can be nervous and fearful at times. A strong loving owner who can provide lots of exercise is important for him. Routine has helped reassure him. We are not considering sight unseen/long distance adoptions for Super Cooper.We feel it is important for all family members (humans and canines) to meet and assure we have a good fit.If you are interested in possibly becoming Cooper’s forever family, please complete theadoption applicationCooper was an owner surrender to a boarding facility.The facility owner attempted to place him.After failing a couple of times, she contacted ABR.We took him into our rescue program.This good boy is neutered, up to date on vaccinations, heartworm free and on prevention. He is also micro chipped.