Dog Story: Dexter issuch a sweet heart and desires to please. When able to run free in the fenced threeacre farm,his nose takes him all over the place. He will check-in periodically for his pat on the head and the occasional belly rub. We have been working on his indoor manners and basic obedience commands. Dexter -for the most part does well in the house but needs supervision as his nose may take him to the trash. He alsohas some difficulty holding his potty for a long time. Outside, Dexter listens for the most part but again when on the hunt, he sometimes tunes peopleout. Thebehaviors that Dexter knows arecome, sit, down, shake, NO, and okay for the release. I expect Dexter to stay in the sit or down until released. He enjoys playing with his toys and snuggling with his person on the couch. Dexter does well to not jump but will vocalize his need for some attention. He will do well in a house with other non aggressive dogs or a home where someone is able to devote their attention to him. Given that he has a strong sense of smell, he may be perfect for someone that wants to go bird hunting after some training. Dexter will chase cats if they run but will leave them alone if the cat holds hisground. He also does fine around horses, goats, and llamas. He has been life withother Brittanys as an indoor/outdoor dog. If you are interested in adopting him, please complete the online adoption application and mention Dexter-3359. Prior to coming to livewith me three to four months ago, Dexter had an unknown past. It appears that he had some training but was primarily kept in a crate.