Foxy is very smart, can problem solve to go up and over furniture to avoid being caught.Foxy will go up and down stairs, explores the house and is beginning to use her nose. Except for barking at her foster dad, she is generally quiet. When new people come visit, Foxy will go sniff them and has begun to allow eye contact before retreating to her chosen safe spot. Playing with toys and chewing bones has been explored briefly. No food aggression has been observed and she will take treats from her foster mom’s hand. She has become a good eater instead of hiding her food under her blanket. Foxy gets along with all the other dogs and has begun to briefly play with a 4 month old puppy. Foxy is more comfortable with people knowing what to expect and following a routine. Her leash skills have improved as she walks daily with the pack. Foxy is double leashed as a precaution when she is outside the fenced yard as she is a flight risk. Grooming is new to her, but she has begun to relax with consistent handling. She sleeps in her crate at night with blankets to fluff. Foxy needs a home with a physically fenced yard and would benefit from having a home that has Brittany experience. If you are interested in Foxy and would like to be her forever home be sure to fill out the adoption application Foxy is 1 of 38 dogs that were taken from an emergency seizure of a puppy mill in NY. Of the 38 dogs ABR took in 5 Brittanys. Foxy is heartworm negative, up to date on vaccines and spayed.