Lea - 20032138

Location: Silverton, Oregon
Color: Black Roan
Birthdate: August 11, 2018 - Actual
Age: 5 Year, 10 Month
Gender: Spayed Female

    Adopted!!!

    LEA(BUG) 2 Years old Yours Future Best Friend OBJECTIVE:Looking for a new position that will allow me to utilize my loving nature, lightning fast tongue, ability to melt your heart and of course stunning Spanish beauty. I’m an extremely lovable, intelligent, modest, fun-loving French Brittany from Spain seeking new bestie and forever hooman. PREVIOUS POSITIONS: Certified Pint-sized Snuggler/Bone Hoarder/Good Girl | Veneta, OR USA October November 2018; Daily walking up to 4 miles setting the Brittany land-speed record when chasing an invading squirrel. ; House princess providing comfort and love to hoomom and fursibs Certified bed hog – willing to make room in the bed for you and my bones. Attempts to internationalize and tutor three American Brittanys with some success – butts were sniffed, tails wagged, best friends were made. Reason for leaving: I need my own family to love. Certified Lovable Lap Dog/Fastest Licker in Europe/Adorable | Merida, Spain Summer 2018. Expert licker of plates, bowls, face, hands, feet; left no surface without being cleaned. ; Ate excessive amount of treats – gained 5 lbs still remained irresistible. Provided essential guard dog duties – keeping tree rats and the mail man at bay. ; Trained other fursibs proper snoozing techniques. Made sure treat time was administered on time and fairly. Reason for leaving: Longed for life, liberty and the pursuit of endless belly rubs in the US. SKILLS: Giving hugs, international travel, chasing birds, mostly house-trained, counter-surfing, thinking I’m a person, road trips and adventures, making friends, walking on a leash, sitting for treats, and hanging out in my crate. Multi-lingual, fluent in Bark, Sniffing; Speaks English and Spanish. Is a good girl and cute as a bug. WEAKNESSES:Kind of bossy with other dogs, licking, rolling in smelly things, and loving you too much. AWARDS/ACCOLADES: Voted Most Beautiful Puppy Face Award (Spain) 2 years in a row REFERENCES:Cheri (Hooman) Veneta, OR Terri (Hooman) Spokane, WA Fatima (Hooman) Merida, Spain Finn (Dog) Fly (Dog) 100 % French Brittany 100% Loveable too!! Additional Notes: I come with my own passport, I’m ready for my next adventures! Words From the Foster Mom: Lea is a 2 yr old French Brittany from Spain through the ABR International Program. Lea has a strong personality and would like to be top dog, therefore she will not be placed in a home where there are children younger than 10 years old. Lea walks great on a leash, house training is going well but still needs some work; she uses the dog door but sometimes forgets that we need to go outside when we’re excited. She is fully crate trained, has good recall, knows to sit, wait and is very polite when taking treats. If you believe you’re up to the job of providing Lea a special home, please fill out the online adoption application and mention Lea. Lea is part of ABR’s international rescue effort

    Lea - 20032138

    Location: Silverton, Oregon
    Color: Black Roan
    Birthdate: August 11, 2018 - Actual
    Age: 5 Year, 10 Month
    Gender: Spayed Female

      Adopted!!!

      LEA(BUG) 2 Years old Yours Future Best Friend OBJECTIVE:Looking for a new position that will allow me to utilize my loving nature, lightning fast tongue, ability to melt your heart and of course stunning Spanish beauty. I’m an extremely lovable, intelligent, modest, fun-loving French Brittany from Spain seeking new bestie and forever hooman. PREVIOUS POSITIONS: Certified Pint-sized Snuggler/Bone Hoarder/Good Girl | Veneta, OR USA October November 2018; Daily walking up to 4 miles setting the Brittany land-speed record when chasing an invading squirrel. ; House princess providing comfort and love to hoomom and fursibs Certified bed hog – willing to make room in the bed for you and my bones. Attempts to internationalize and tutor three American Brittanys with some success – butts were sniffed, tails wagged, best friends were made. Reason for leaving: I need my own family to love. Certified Lovable Lap Dog/Fastest Licker in Europe/Adorable | Merida, Spain Summer 2018. Expert licker of plates, bowls, face, hands, feet; left no surface without being cleaned. ; Ate excessive amount of treats – gained 5 lbs still remained irresistible. Provided essential guard dog duties – keeping tree rats and the mail man at bay. ; Trained other fursibs proper snoozing techniques. Made sure treat time was administered on time and fairly. Reason for leaving: Longed for life, liberty and the pursuit of endless belly rubs in the US. SKILLS: Giving hugs, international travel, chasing birds, mostly house-trained, counter-surfing, thinking I’m a person, road trips and adventures, making friends, walking on a leash, sitting for treats, and hanging out in my crate. Multi-lingual, fluent in Bark, Sniffing; Speaks English and Spanish. Is a good girl and cute as a bug. WEAKNESSES:Kind of bossy with other dogs, licking, rolling in smelly things, and loving you too much. AWARDS/ACCOLADES: Voted Most Beautiful Puppy Face Award (Spain) 2 years in a row REFERENCES:Cheri (Hooman) Veneta, OR Terri (Hooman) Spokane, WA Fatima (Hooman) Merida, Spain Finn (Dog) Fly (Dog) 100 % French Brittany 100% Loveable too!! Additional Notes: I come with my own passport, I’m ready for my next adventures! Words From the Foster Mom: Lea is a 2 yr old French Brittany from Spain through the ABR International Program. Lea has a strong personality and would like to be top dog, therefore she will not be placed in a home where there are children younger than 10 years old. Lea walks great on a leash, house training is going well but still needs some work; she uses the dog door but sometimes forgets that we need to go outside when we’re excited. She is fully crate trained, has good recall, knows to sit, wait and is very polite when taking treats. If you believe you’re up to the job of providing Lea a special home, please fill out the online adoption application and mention Lea. Lea is part of ABR’s international rescue effort