Hello, my name is Tigg. I might look a little different than most Brittanys but that is because I am super special. At first, everyone thought I was a Brittany mixed with English Springer Spaniel but as I get older my true identity is coming out. My foster mom and dad think I am Brittany mixed with Border Collie. I keep hearing them say how smart I am!! I love to play and play and play (my foster dad says I might be mixed with something called the energizer bunny!) I get along great with my three foster brothers. My brothers are all bigger than me but I keep up. The four of us will run around the yard and wrestle inside the house. I do really well at fetch plus I know how to sit and stay. I love my doggy door so I can go outside whenever I want. I hear my foster mom and dad say they hope I get a forever home with other young dogs. I do too because I just love to play. I don’t like to take naps because I might miss something. I do like to sleep in a kennel at night and when my foster mom and dad are away – it keeps me out of trouble. I love my foster mom and dad but my foster brothers are where it’s at. Do you have room in your home for me? I would love to play with your dogs. I will even play with you if you like to throw the ball. FOSTER DAD HERE: Tigg is an absolute joy to have around. He is still a puppy and has almost endless energy. He is very gentle and likes a good ear scratch. Tigg likes to sit next to you and receive a body massage. Tigg may not be the best fit if you have young kids as he is so quick and can accidentally run into you. Tigg needs experienced pet owners since he is ridiculously smart. As an example, Tigg learned the American Sign Language that we use with our deaf American Bulldog just by observing. Tigg is very agile and would be a good candidate for agility training. Tigg came to ABR at 13 weeks when the previous owners had to move unexpectedly. Tigg was placed with a family with small children. Unfortunately, the family could not keep up with Tigg’s energy and he became too overwhelming towards their children. He was around cats at his foster home for a very short time, and he did try to roughhouse with them. The cats were not fans of this! He did bark at the resident cats during his vet visits, so we are uncertain how he would do with felines in the home. Tigg is neutered, vaccinated, and was given a clean bill of health! The vet believes Tigg may be mixed with Border Collie and his tail is not docked.