**Puppies will not be transported, adopters must be able to pick up puppy from their foster homes in Florida.**We are the T Puppies, also known as the Teeny Tiny Toothy Tots! Well, we used to be tiny, but now we’re growing into strong feisty boys! Our mom had a big litter of pups and after a few weeks we were on our own, so we came to our foster homes very small for our age. Lots of healthy food and supplements are fixing that up and we’re blossoming into sturdy young chaps! All the wild and wonderful things Brittany puppies do are our game. We run, play, wrestle, chew on toys, nap and snuggle. Our foster parents call us adorable baby sharks’never forget the power of puppy teeth! We’re learning the wonderful world around us and loving every minute. Our big brothers and sisters are showing us the ABCs of dog life and following them around teaches us a lot. Puppy mealtimes are the best and our little crates are perfect for sleepytime. We are looking for new forever families that appreciate the joys (and hard work!) of raising a bird dog puppy, so if you’re ready to welcome a busy baby to your home and help us grow up to be the best Brittany boys we can be, send in an adoption application and give our people a ring’just don’t wake us from naptime!Foster folks here: We are thrilled at the progress of the T Pups. When they arrived in rescue at 7 weeks old they were indeed very tiny for their age, the smallest weighing in at just under two pounds. Their large litter was born on July 12, and when some of the breeder’s pups were not sold they came into ABR foster care. After several weeks of proper puppy feeding and supplemental nutrition, everyone continues to gain weight beautifully, developing into active and energetic young boys. The pups have wonderful personalities, bold, bright and confident ready to investigate (and chew on) everything. They have been treated for intestinal worms and ear mites, received first puppy vaccinations and are microchipped. Pups will be adopted with a refundable neuter deposit to be altered when they are older. Transport will not be provided for puppies as they are not fully vaccinated, and potential adopters must be willing to travel to Florida to pick up pups from their foster homes.Update 10/2/23: Tater (Dublin) moved to foster to adopt in Guntersville, AL.