Ginny - 20034950

Location: Chattanooga, Tennessee
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: December 15, 2022 - Actual
Age: 1 Year, 5 Month
Gender: Female

  • OK with Dogs
  • Needs Fenced in Yard

Adopted!!!

** We will not be transporting Ginny **Hi there ABR Family! I am a young girl, only 8 weeks old. ABR rescued me from a horrible place and I’m now looking for my forever family! Here is what I love:Ginny is very smart and wants to be in the middle of everything! Her confidence has soared in this safe environment, and she is full of personality. She loves “tackling” bushes in the backyard, running to the very edge of the fence before being caught to come in from her potty break, and finding sticks to chew on!She wants to be near her foster family members or “big Springer brother” constantly. A family with a current active dog would be ideal, especially if family members work outside the home. Ginny is currently in a household with a 6-year-old, so she is exposed to young kids, but she is exploring with her mouth and her little teeth are sharp! Our 6-year-old knows to disengage with her when she becomes “nippy.”With a good potty-break routine, she doesn’t have accidents. But she is young, so her next family still needs a lot of patience and provide positive reinforcement to continue on the potty-training path. Ginny will capture your heart and also test boundaries. like a true feisty, determined young lady!

Ginny - 20034950

Location: Chattanooga, Tennessee
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: December 15, 2022 - Actual
Age: 1 Year, 5 Month
Gender: Female

  • OK with Dogs
  • Needs Fenced in Yard

Adopted!!!

** We will not be transporting Ginny **Hi there ABR Family! I am a young girl, only 8 weeks old. ABR rescued me from a horrible place and I’m now looking for my forever family! Here is what I love:Ginny is very smart and wants to be in the middle of everything! Her confidence has soared in this safe environment, and she is full of personality. She loves “tackling” bushes in the backyard, running to the very edge of the fence before being caught to come in from her potty break, and finding sticks to chew on!She wants to be near her foster family members or “big Springer brother” constantly. A family with a current active dog would be ideal, especially if family members work outside the home. Ginny is currently in a household with a 6-year-old, so she is exposed to young kids, but she is exploring with her mouth and her little teeth are sharp! Our 6-year-old knows to disengage with her when she becomes “nippy.”With a good potty-break routine, she doesn’t have accidents. But she is young, so her next family still needs a lot of patience and provide positive reinforcement to continue on the potty-training path. Ginny will capture your heart and also test boundaries. like a true feisty, determined young lady!