Dog Story: Hi Brittany lovers, I’m Libby. These great people at ABR were trying to decide how I should introduce myself and they looked up ‘Libby’ on Wikipedia. Do you know what it said? Libby, along with being a form of Elizabeth, is also a modern Hebrew name meaning ‘my heart.’ I sure would love to be part of a family that would love me with all of their heart. You see, my sister and I were bought as puppies together to live with a family. That family wasn’t quite prepared for the activeness of young Brittanys and my sister and I spent a lot of time outside in the backyard, all alone except for each other. They gave us to ABR and now I’m trying to learn what it’s like to live inside and be part of a family. I’ve got a way to go, but with the help of my foster family, I’m learning more and more everyday. Background: Libby and her sister came into ABR care from a family who realized they didn’t choose the right dog for them. She didn’t spend a lot of time indoors and she is learning all of the ins and outs of being a house dog. So, expect a few mishaps here and there, but she is working on house training and crate training. Libby also REALLY loves the attention and affection of her foster family and has shown some aggression towards the resident female Brittany as she tries to hog all of the attention. As such, we think she might enjoy being an only dog. We only recommend her for families with other dogs if you have experience working through behavior issues with other dogs. Libby is also very prey oriented. No cats for her. She also needs a family ready to take her out on adventures and channel that young Brittany energy in appropriate ways. Libby was recently spayed, is heartworm negative, and up-to-date on all of her vaccines. If you think you might be the home for Libby, fill out an adoption application or send an e-mail to the contact listed to the left. Libby is an owner surrender from McDonough GA.