Jax - 20030963

Location: Sacramento, California
Color: Liver and White
Birthdate: November 11, 2010 - Actual
Age: 13 Year, 5 Month
Gender: Neutered Male

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

Adopted!!!

Dog Story: Jax is a fantastic dog and quite the little cuddlebug! He is equally happy playing with his Britt foster sister, snuggling up with anyone who’s willing and being a best buddy to the kids. Our 5 year old son has deemed Jax the softest dog he has ever petted! Jax is wonderful with children and very gentle. He plays nicely with other dogs and seems to know not to steal the kids’ toys – give Jax some stuffy and squeaky dog toys and especially a few tennis balls, and he’s a happy camper. Jax has obviously had some obedience training too. As expected with any Brittany, he tests the limits occasionally and has gone counter-surfing a few times, but knows the off command and quickly gets off the furniture and counters when told. Jax is also very well crate trained and loves his cozy kennel to sleep and relax. He goes to lay down and rest in his crate and stays in there happily for night time as well. Jax is quite calm for a young Brittany and has good manners. However, that doesn’t mean he won’t require regular daily exercise, lots of family time and supervision – he is a young Brittany after all. Jax is definitely an explorer and an agile climber as well – he’s always ready to run and play, on the chase after squirrels and birds, and has easily scaled the stacked wood pile trying to climb trees in search of critters! He will be a fun buddy for an active family to accompany you in adventures with good outlets for that Brittany energy. This sweet young man is up to date on vaccinations, heartworm negative and looking for the perfect home to lavish him with attention and love. Please submit the online adoption application and mention Jax, then contact his foster family for more information. Jax’s owner took a new job that kept him away from home for great lengths of time. They surrendered Jax to ABR so he could find a family that meets his needs.

Jax - 20030963

Location: Sacramento, California
Color: Liver and White
Birthdate: November 11, 2010 - Actual
Age: 13 Year, 5 Month
Gender: Neutered Male

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

Adopted!!!

Dog Story: Jax is a fantastic dog and quite the little cuddlebug! He is equally happy playing with his Britt foster sister, snuggling up with anyone who’s willing and being a best buddy to the kids. Our 5 year old son has deemed Jax the softest dog he has ever petted! Jax is wonderful with children and very gentle. He plays nicely with other dogs and seems to know not to steal the kids’ toys – give Jax some stuffy and squeaky dog toys and especially a few tennis balls, and he’s a happy camper. Jax has obviously had some obedience training too. As expected with any Brittany, he tests the limits occasionally and has gone counter-surfing a few times, but knows the off command and quickly gets off the furniture and counters when told. Jax is also very well crate trained and loves his cozy kennel to sleep and relax. He goes to lay down and rest in his crate and stays in there happily for night time as well. Jax is quite calm for a young Brittany and has good manners. However, that doesn’t mean he won’t require regular daily exercise, lots of family time and supervision – he is a young Brittany after all. Jax is definitely an explorer and an agile climber as well – he’s always ready to run and play, on the chase after squirrels and birds, and has easily scaled the stacked wood pile trying to climb trees in search of critters! He will be a fun buddy for an active family to accompany you in adventures with good outlets for that Brittany energy. This sweet young man is up to date on vaccinations, heartworm negative and looking for the perfect home to lavish him with attention and love. Please submit the online adoption application and mention Jax, then contact his foster family for more information. Jax’s owner took a new job that kept him away from home for great lengths of time. They surrendered Jax to ABR so he could find a family that meets his needs.