Jeff was found with another Brittany running along a highway. A good Samaritan picked them up and took them to the shelter and ABR was contacted. The humane society had his name down as Jack but we got no reaction when we started using it, but his ears perked right up to Jeff (as we were going through multiple ‘J’ names) so Jeff it has been at his foster home. He has a great temperament and lets you pet anywhere you’d like but takes a little bit to warm up to you and his surroundings, but once he does he loves to be petted. He does act a bit timid and tucks his tail at times but I am sure in time that will subside. He has been great with adults, kids (we have a 4 year old and 10 month old) and he has been good with our family Brit but at times he will make a little rumble at our dog but that’s it. I think that may be because when he was picked up, he was with another Brittany and I believe that Jeff may have gotten picked on and has some minor wounds to prove it. All that being said, I think he would do fine with other dogs but I can’t speak for other animals, for example cats. Judging by his temperament, I am not sure if he’d be a hunter and acts a bit skittish with loud noises but he does love to be outside. He is still very raw on basic training commands so he will take a bit of work with his obedience, but he’ll catch on. He has done OK on a leash and has done very well on the housebreaking side of things while in our care. He LOVES the dog door so he can come and go as he likes. He has been sleeping on a dog bed in the bedroom. While the house is empty we tried to kennel him but he did not like it and he is a bit of an escape artist. We came home the first afternoon he was with us to him greeting us at the front door and his kennel still locked shut as we left it. Jeff is up to date on his vaccines and is heartworm negative. If you are interested in Jeff, please fill out the adoption application and mention his name and ID #.