Hello, my name is Heart! I am looking for a new home with a special someone to help me gain confidence as I start this next chapter of my life. I loved my old owners very much, but because of a city ordinance, they were required to give me and my sister up because they can only have two dogs. My sister Tiny Mite and I went to live with a very nice man who we are starting to warm up to. I was hesitant at first, but now I feel safe enough around him to sit on his lap and snuggle. All of us dogs never left our house, and never had many visitors so we are very shy around new people and get quite scared in new places. We would get our exercise from going out into the fenced yard because our owners were a bit limited in physical ability. and not to mention, it would be very difficult to walk four Britts on leashes!I would greatly benefit from learning how to walk on a leash and shed a few pounds. I have a cute little figure just waiting to come out! I hope someone out there can understand my past and help me gain trust, and learn to love more deeply. If you think that you’re the patient person meant for me, please let my foster Dad know! I have lots of love to give. With hope,Heart Heart may not be a good fit for a family with small children. She can be nippy to strangers if something frightens her. She seems to be okay in areas that she’s familiar with, but becomes defensive with unexpected movements from people she doesn’t know. As long as she has a consistent and predictable environment she’ll do very well. As of now, we are not sure how she is with cats. She doesn’t mind being around other dogs in the house, but starts to get stressed in groups of strange dogs. Heart would do best on walks in a non-chaotic environment. If you would like to add Heart to your family please fill out the online adoption applicationand mention Heart. Heart was surrendered to ABR by her owner.