Copper - 20030772

Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Color: Orange Roan
Birthdate: March 21, 2011 - Actual
Age: 13 Year, 0 Month
Gender: Neutered Male

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

Adopted!!!

Dog Story Copper is a young Brittany mix who is looking for a new lease on life. He was found and turned over to rescue by a good samaritan who knew that ABR could provide a better future for him. He is about 1 year old and is just as handsome as ever. Copper can be a bit shy when first meeting new people but warms up quickly. He is fine with other dogs and plays nicely or he will entertain himself if he has no one else to play with. Playing tug with another dog friend or fetch are his favorite pass times. He is crate trained and sleeps in his crate at night or when no one is home. He also knows how to settle down in the house to sleep in a dog bed and is content to chew a cow hoof or nylabone. Even a warm blanket is fine just something to make a nest out of is all this young boy wants out of life. He travels well in the car and has spent plenty of miles on the road, he curls up nicely on the seat. In the car he is ok with just a harness hooked in for safety. Around kids he is fine and he does take treats nicely. The cats he has been around he has been alright and we all know it depends on the cats reaction to him, not just Coppers reaction to the cat. A secure fence is needed to keep this little one safe and secure. He also loves belly rubs and is a cuddle bug. Copper tolerates grooming and bathes well, he walks on a leash, and is an all around good boy. Copper has also spent time at adoption events as an American Brittany Rescue Ambassador, he has did wonderfully out in public. After spending numerous hours meeting and greeting people, children, and animals he kept a great attitude the entire time. If you need more information please ask and we will answer any questions you have on him. Copper was found and turned over to Rescue by a Good Samaritan. The person who had Copper had full intentions on keeping him but due to a change in the home environment it was best for Copper that rescue took him.

Copper - 20030772

Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Color: Orange Roan
Birthdate: March 21, 2011 - Actual
Age: 13 Year, 0 Month
Gender: Neutered Male

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

Adopted!!!

Dog Story Copper is a young Brittany mix who is looking for a new lease on life. He was found and turned over to rescue by a good samaritan who knew that ABR could provide a better future for him. He is about 1 year old and is just as handsome as ever. Copper can be a bit shy when first meeting new people but warms up quickly. He is fine with other dogs and plays nicely or he will entertain himself if he has no one else to play with. Playing tug with another dog friend or fetch are his favorite pass times. He is crate trained and sleeps in his crate at night or when no one is home. He also knows how to settle down in the house to sleep in a dog bed and is content to chew a cow hoof or nylabone. Even a warm blanket is fine just something to make a nest out of is all this young boy wants out of life. He travels well in the car and has spent plenty of miles on the road, he curls up nicely on the seat. In the car he is ok with just a harness hooked in for safety. Around kids he is fine and he does take treats nicely. The cats he has been around he has been alright and we all know it depends on the cats reaction to him, not just Coppers reaction to the cat. A secure fence is needed to keep this little one safe and secure. He also loves belly rubs and is a cuddle bug. Copper tolerates grooming and bathes well, he walks on a leash, and is an all around good boy. Copper has also spent time at adoption events as an American Brittany Rescue Ambassador, he has did wonderfully out in public. After spending numerous hours meeting and greeting people, children, and animals he kept a great attitude the entire time. If you need more information please ask and we will answer any questions you have on him. Copper was found and turned over to Rescue by a Good Samaritan. The person who had Copper had full intentions on keeping him but due to a change in the home environment it was best for Copper that rescue took him.