Corazon - 20031936

Location: Arlington, Virginia
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: September 26, 2015 - Actual
Age: 8 Year, 7 Month
Gender: Neutered Male

    Adopted!!!

    Dog Story: Hola! My name is Corazon (my heart in Spanish) and I flew all the way from Spain to capture YOUR heart. Just check out my irresistible nose. I have the most unique nose of all Brittany Spaniels in America. I want nothing more in life than to cuddle next to you when you are watching TV or sleeping in bed. My zoomies in the back yard are strong. I love running in circles tossing my stuffed toys around. I have an extremely strong bond with my foster mom- my foster dad- I’m still warming up to him (males can be scary). When she leaves, I get worried and wait eagerly by the door for her to come back. I would do best with a fur sibling to help with my separation anxiety. Crates aren’t for me. I’m also working on my house manners, after living on the street, I’ve learned to seize the opportunity- especially when it comes to my humans meals they leave on the table. My foster mom is working on exposing me to the world while on a leash, however the outside world is a scary place. I need a human who can love me and help build my confidence. Who is going to be the lucky human to take me home and get all the wet doggie kisses? ABR rescued Corazon through our International program. These lucky dogs have had a rough life and have found good fortunes in the US through this program. Corazon has been in a foster home and is ready to settle into a lucky foster home. No Spanish required!

    Corazon - 20031936

    Location: Arlington, Virginia
    Color: Orange and White
    Birthdate: September 26, 2015 - Actual
    Age: 8 Year, 7 Month
    Gender: Neutered Male

      Adopted!!!

      Dog Story: Hola! My name is Corazon (my heart in Spanish) and I flew all the way from Spain to capture YOUR heart. Just check out my irresistible nose. I have the most unique nose of all Brittany Spaniels in America. I want nothing more in life than to cuddle next to you when you are watching TV or sleeping in bed. My zoomies in the back yard are strong. I love running in circles tossing my stuffed toys around. I have an extremely strong bond with my foster mom- my foster dad- I’m still warming up to him (males can be scary). When she leaves, I get worried and wait eagerly by the door for her to come back. I would do best with a fur sibling to help with my separation anxiety. Crates aren’t for me. I’m also working on my house manners, after living on the street, I’ve learned to seize the opportunity- especially when it comes to my humans meals they leave on the table. My foster mom is working on exposing me to the world while on a leash, however the outside world is a scary place. I need a human who can love me and help build my confidence. Who is going to be the lucky human to take me home and get all the wet doggie kisses? ABR rescued Corazon through our International program. These lucky dogs have had a rough life and have found good fortunes in the US through this program. Corazon has been in a foster home and is ready to settle into a lucky foster home. No Spanish required!