Three Sisters Meadow - 20032591

Location: Wenatchee, Washington
Neutered Male
Color: Liver and White
Birthdate: August 22, 2020 - Actual
Age: 3 Year, 3 Month

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


Meadow is an 8 month old Liver White Brittany puppy. As you can see, he is a handsome boy and a bundle of energy. He loves to play with his Brittany foster brother, play tug with foster mom, love-love-loves his walks, and gets lots of exercise and engagement as a high-energy Britt. He will even bring foster dad his socks in the morning to help him get ready for the walks. He is a very friendly dog who loves to say hi and get pets from strangers everywhere he goes. As far as dog interaction, Meadow does great at off-leash dog parks, but can sometimes get protective if another dog surprises him when he’s not expecting it. If another dog barks, then Meadow will follow suit. He will even bark at dogs that are barking from a full block away. He LOVES to wrestle and engages in a game of chase if it suits him. He will play fetch, but often gets distracted since he’s still young. He is a smart puppy and has a good recall and stay command. He has started to pick up other commands quickly. He likes puzzle and treat-dispensing toys, especially snuffle mats that require nose-work. Meadow is very food-driven which can be an advantage for training. However, he has shown some food protectiveness, but usually when interacting with unfamiliar humans or dogs. Meadow is good on a 15ft lead and with more time and training, he should pick up the heel command. However, he has a strong prey-drive and will pull if he wants after a bird or rodent. Meadow loves his crate and will comfortably stay in it while traveling in the car or sleeping at night. If you have a cat, he does well with his kitty foster sister and will sit or sleep next to her comfortably. All in all, he will make a potential family very happy with his sweet, adventurous nature. Also, it should be noted that Meadow was given to the ABR due to some aggressive behavior and an incident of biting. The foster family taking care of Meadow has never seen this type of behavior from him, except when he was being food possessive. Photos coming