Cooper - 20032557

Location: Shorewood, Illinois
Neutered Male
Color: Liver and White
Birthdate: February 11, 2019 - Actual
Age: 4 Year, 9 Month

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


Super Cooper is a sweet youngster looking for a loving family where he can be included in lots of activities and be close to his humans.He tends to be a very Velcro dog and will do best with someone home a good portion of the day.Another playful dog would be a big asset.He is super smart and has learned commands readily. Cooper knows no strangers, just friends he has not met.Cooper needs an experienced dog owner, preferably someone who has experience with canine seizure disorders.He has been diagnosed with idiopathic epilepsy.Seizures are relatively controlled with medication, averaging one episode (typically a cluster of 2) every 5 weeks.The medication is not expensive, but he will require blood work every 6 months or so to assure blood chemistry is where it should be.This boy needs be included in a family’s day to day life. While Cooper is crate trained, he is NOT a fan. He hates the crate so left there for long hours will result in a very unhappy wild man. Due to his medical condition no invisible fencing will be considered. No long distance or sight unseen adoptions for Cooper.We feel it is important that all family members (human and canine) meet to assure that we have a good fit.Cooper is a sweet dog and a wonderful Brit who is anxious for your forever love and companionship. If you’re looking for a sweet companion, Cooper maybe the dog for you. Interested in learning more about this wonderful guy? Complete the adoption applicationand mention Cooper. Cooper is a sweet, friendly Britt boy.He was an owner surrender by a young person who did not have the time or the resources to manage his seizure disorder.Our boy is neutered, is current on all vaccinations, Heart Worm negative and on Heart Worm Preventative.He is also micro chipped. Now all he needs is wonderful, understanding forever home to call his own.