Dog Story: Gunny is one of the sweetest most affectionate Brittanys you will ever meet and he is looking for his new forever home. He is great with children of all ages and gets along wonderfully with other dogs. Gunny is a 6 year old orange and white male who has always lived as an indoor house pet and was a devoted companion to his previous family. Gunny loves to run around outside, explore the yard and play. He has a gentle temperament and although like all Britts needs regular daily exercise and stimulation. Gunny is happy to keep the humans company for love and pets, settle down in the house and stretch out to nap in the sun. He gets along well with his Brittany foster sisters and other dogs, although has been known to chase a cat or small dog racing through the yard, so will need a feline-free home! Gunny is housetrained and crate trained. He has been well-behaved in his foster home and listens to commands, and is getting accustomed with leash manners learning not to pull on lead. Gunny enjoys playing and cuddling together with the other dogs and has a wonderful calm personality befitting his perfectly ideal age as an adult Brittany. Despite his big paws, Gunny is gentle having always grown up with young grandchildren. Gunny was lavished with love (and treats!) so he arrived a bit overweight, but the extra pounds are coming off quickly with healthy diet and lots of exercise at his foster home! At his ideal weight Gunny will be about 60 pounds. He is fully vetted, current on vaccinations, heartworm negative and on preventive and microchipped. ABR is committed to placing Gunny with a loving forever family ready to welcome this sweetheart. If he might have a place in your home, please submit the online adoption application and mention Gunny-5123 then contact his foster family to talk more about him! Gunny along with Sydney-5124 were cherished family pets who have been together since puppyhood. When their owner’s wife passed away the family was no longer able to care for the dogs. Gunny and Sydney’s owners knew the dogs needed more time, exercise and attention than they could provide and entrusted ABR to find each of them the perfect new home.