Jazzy is a funny, sweet girl who is looking for her “happily ever after” family. Her foster family nicknamed her “Jazzy pants” because of the seemingly funny way she prances and dances around with the other dogs as she plays. With people, Jazzy can be timid at first because she had a rough start in life. She was part of a hoarding situation where she was kept outside in the elements with minimal to no human contact. As a result of that experience, she takes a little more time to show her quirky side and ask for attention. Even though she is afraid, Jazzy has never shown any signs of aggression or defensive behavior. When she feels comfortable, she is happy to give kisses and share the couch with you. Jazzy is well behaved, quiet, house trained and comfortable using the doggy door to go outside. We are working on basic commands. She LOVES her foster brother and she loves playing with other dogs. She needs a family with another dog that will be friendly and playful, and will help her grow in confidence. Jazzy is drawn to kids but due to her timidness, a family with older children who can be patient and go slow with her would be best.Jazzy was one of 9 dogs picked up by Kern County Animal Control due to inhumane treatment. Their story is so sad and disgusting that we won’t publish it here. Suffice it to say they were not treated as any dog loving human would or should treat any animal. These pups are all mixes, but ABR didn’t have the heart to turn these pups down. They have some Brittany blood, but are definitely mixed with other sweet dispositioned breeds. As fearful, or shut down, or mistreated as these pups were, they are gentle souls with really sweet dispositions.