Kinze - 20030857

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Color: Orange Roan
Birthdate: December 21, 2009 - Actual
Age: 14 Year, 5 Month
Gender: Spayed Female

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

Adopted!!!

Dog Story: Meet Kinze a ‘honey’ colored Brittany who can be quite the sassy girl if she chooses to be. Kinze is on the smaller side and her coat is for a better lack of words ‘fluffy’. Kinze’s kisses are as soft as can be. She is good around our cat, other dogs and grandchildren. Kinze enjoys playing fetch, snuggling with us and playing with Beau, my other foster dog here on the website. In fact, if you are looking at adopting 2 Brittanys, May I suggest Beau and Kinze! Beau has been instrumental in bringing Kinze out of her shell and boy do they play. At times we think he is the only one who understands her. Kinze walks pretty good on a leash and is a master of fly and moth catching. She can be fixated for hours trying to conquer this feat, not that she doesn’t go on the hunt for birds as well. We haven’t had a need to crate her and she does just fine. Housebroken, not a chewer of things that are not hers. Overall.a real sweet girl. The best home for Kinze would be one with another male Brittany, not female as they seem to get her nose out of joint. She just doesn’t care to be around them, but she is just fine around the male dogs and one around her age would be best as she loves to play and can play rough like a puppy at times. If you feel Kinze could fit in your family, then please fill out the adoption application and mention her name and ID#. We will be glad to talk more about her. Kinze is up to date on her vaccines, heartworm negative and on preventative. We fostered Kinze as a puppy and she was adopted out to a great family. But they had a female older Brittany and it was not working out. Kinze was becoming very angry and angsty for lack of better words. No one was happy. So she came back to us. Because we do have male (and female) dogs here, she has been doing just fine. Remembered our place and settled right in.

Kinze - 20030857

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Color: Orange Roan
Birthdate: December 21, 2009 - Actual
Age: 14 Year, 5 Month
Gender: Spayed Female

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

Adopted!!!

Dog Story: Meet Kinze a ‘honey’ colored Brittany who can be quite the sassy girl if she chooses to be. Kinze is on the smaller side and her coat is for a better lack of words ‘fluffy’. Kinze’s kisses are as soft as can be. She is good around our cat, other dogs and grandchildren. Kinze enjoys playing fetch, snuggling with us and playing with Beau, my other foster dog here on the website. In fact, if you are looking at adopting 2 Brittanys, May I suggest Beau and Kinze! Beau has been instrumental in bringing Kinze out of her shell and boy do they play. At times we think he is the only one who understands her. Kinze walks pretty good on a leash and is a master of fly and moth catching. She can be fixated for hours trying to conquer this feat, not that she doesn’t go on the hunt for birds as well. We haven’t had a need to crate her and she does just fine. Housebroken, not a chewer of things that are not hers. Overall.a real sweet girl. The best home for Kinze would be one with another male Brittany, not female as they seem to get her nose out of joint. She just doesn’t care to be around them, but she is just fine around the male dogs and one around her age would be best as she loves to play and can play rough like a puppy at times. If you feel Kinze could fit in your family, then please fill out the adoption application and mention her name and ID#. We will be glad to talk more about her. Kinze is up to date on her vaccines, heartworm negative and on preventative. We fostered Kinze as a puppy and she was adopted out to a great family. But they had a female older Brittany and it was not working out. Kinze was becoming very angry and angsty for lack of better words. No one was happy. So she came back to us. Because we do have male (and female) dogs here, she has been doing just fine. Remembered our place and settled right in.