Tanya - 20031302

Location: Oxford, North Carolina
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: February 26, 2013 - Actual
Age: 11 Year, 1 Month
Gender: Spayed Female

  • OK with Dogs
  • Needs Fenced in Yard

Adopted!!!

Dog Story: At this time, Tanya has been with her foster family about three weeks. As you can see she is not a full-fledged Brittany, but she has the charm, temperament and personality. Her creamy white coat is wooly and beautiful. She carries her full tail high and wiggles it constantly. Her light brown eyes are kind and expressive. She is a happy bundle of energy, so young and curious. She weighs about 30 pounds. Tanya was a blank slate when she arrived. She did not know her name, any commands or have any familiarity with living in a home. She is an exceptionally quiet dog, barking and vocalizing very seldom. She is spayed and vaccinated, about 1 1/2 year old and learning fast. Every day she remembers something we’ve been working on. She recognizes her name now, will come when called and will sit. She rides in the car comfortably and is learning to walk on a leash. When we walk downtown she is calm, not frightened by traffic, not bothering people or other dogs. Her foster sister is a cocker spaniel about the same age and they get along fine. They eat together, share toys and a water bowl and play constantly. She goes into a crate very willingly at night and sleeps quietly through the night in the bedroom. She would chase Cotton Kitty if she were allowed to. Tanya has recovered from heartworm treatment and is ready for the love of a family. Now that she is allowed to run, she is active and enjoys going outside. Tanya is looking for her forever home, so please consider this wonderful pup as your new best friend! Tanya came into rescue by way of a shelter who needed help keeping her safe. They told ABR that she was scared, timid and a sweet thing. She made friends with the animal control officer very quickly, but she did need time to adjust to her new surroundings. We discovered she was Heartworm positive, but she has gone through the treatment, is spayed and up to date on her vaccinations

Tanya - 20031302

Location: Oxford, North Carolina
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: February 26, 2013 - Actual
Age: 11 Year, 1 Month
Gender: Spayed Female

  • OK with Dogs
  • Needs Fenced in Yard

Adopted!!!

Dog Story: At this time, Tanya has been with her foster family about three weeks. As you can see she is not a full-fledged Brittany, but she has the charm, temperament and personality. Her creamy white coat is wooly and beautiful. She carries her full tail high and wiggles it constantly. Her light brown eyes are kind and expressive. She is a happy bundle of energy, so young and curious. She weighs about 30 pounds. Tanya was a blank slate when she arrived. She did not know her name, any commands or have any familiarity with living in a home. She is an exceptionally quiet dog, barking and vocalizing very seldom. She is spayed and vaccinated, about 1 1/2 year old and learning fast. Every day she remembers something we’ve been working on. She recognizes her name now, will come when called and will sit. She rides in the car comfortably and is learning to walk on a leash. When we walk downtown she is calm, not frightened by traffic, not bothering people or other dogs. Her foster sister is a cocker spaniel about the same age and they get along fine. They eat together, share toys and a water bowl and play constantly. She goes into a crate very willingly at night and sleeps quietly through the night in the bedroom. She would chase Cotton Kitty if she were allowed to. Tanya has recovered from heartworm treatment and is ready for the love of a family. Now that she is allowed to run, she is active and enjoys going outside. Tanya is looking for her forever home, so please consider this wonderful pup as your new best friend! Tanya came into rescue by way of a shelter who needed help keeping her safe. They told ABR that she was scared, timid and a sweet thing. She made friends with the animal control officer very quickly, but she did need time to adjust to her new surroundings. We discovered she was Heartworm positive, but she has gone through the treatment, is spayed and up to date on her vaccinations