Dolly - 20031535

Location: Millville, New Jersey
Spayed Female
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: January 21, 2010 - Actual
Age: 13 Year, 10 Month

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


Dolly is one of the sweetest Brittanys you will ever meet. She wakes up all happy, and after a long day of being happy, she goes to sleep all happy. This little girl was surrendered to a shelter after her owner fell ill and could no longer take care of her. Dolly is six years old and still very playful. She absolutely LOVES toys and will spend a large part of the day carrying around a squeaky toy, or a tennis ball. It is a big plus for her if she finds someone to play fetch with as well. Dolly is very well behaved. She goes in her crate with ease. She is housebroken and is all business outside. She only had one accident in the house, but that is because I was the dumb one, not her. She is very good in the car and loves to go with us whenever she can. Also, she is very well behaved in public. She sits, stays, gives the paw, comes when called (inside the house), and is good on a leash. She tends to pull sometimes, but we are working on that. When outside, and free to roam, her attention is more towards every bird, bug, piece of grass, tree branch . . . then on a voice command. But she does have potential to obey better, and never acts like she is trying to escape or run away from you, it’s just so much to see and do outside, and Dolly wants to do it all. So, Dolly will definitely need a sturdy fenced in yard. Dolly has been okay with dogs that come to visit, but she has gone after our cat a couple of times. She is very good around children, and has no shyness about meeting strangers, or being in new places. She loves to be right next to you and cuddle whenever she can. You never have to look far for Dolly, because she is usually right under your feet playing with a toy. If you are interested in meeting this sweet girl please fill out our adoption application Dolly was surrendered to a shelter when her owner became ill and could no longer care for her. She is spayed, up to date on shots, and microchipped. Dolly is on Proin to stop a weak bladder problem (common to females that have been spayed). The medication runs about $20 a month and works very well.