Tubbs AKA Toby - 20032572

Location: Darby, Montana
Neutered Male
Color: Liver and White
Birthdate: September 17, 2017 - Actual
Age: 6 Year, 2 Month

  • House Broken
  • OK with Dogs
  • OK with Cats
  • Needs Fenced in Yard


Tubbs AKA Toby is an adorable, attentive, affectionate, and sweet French Brittany. He has lots of energy, loves the daily 2-mile morning walks. He has also been on mountain bike rides as long as 5 miles. Like most Brittany’s when he gets hot running around, he loves to take a dip in water. He is very attracted to bodies of water. He loves his mix of dry kibble and homemade food. Loves yogurt and ice cream. He does not roam away from home unless he’s with other dogs that want to explore. He will keep you company while you do your everyday tasks, especially outside. He will stay close by and watch for squirrels. He snuggles and not restless when he sleeps. He is too big to be a lapdog but be prepared; he will sit next to you, loves kisses, hugs and petted. He is good about getting in the doggy shower when asked of him to wash his paws and under belly after a messy outing. The groomer says he is good and a big baby. He is a great traveler, likes to ride in the front seat, front passenger floorboard, in the back or perch himself on the console between bucket seats if you let him. He wants to please and will verbally communicate his angst, fear, separation anxiety, and excitement when it is time for a walk or be together doing anything. It is unknown if Toby has any hunt training, but he likes birds.He was aggressive toward very small furry yappy dog in a dog park once. It is best he is taught small dogs or creatures in his forever home are companions for their safety. He needs a home with a big yard and have access outside through a doggie door. He does not like being alone for long periods of time. He is an AWESOME loving companion and WATCH dog with a personality that will make you fall instantly in love with him. History – Toby came into our care when his family had to relocate. They could not keep him safe in their new location without a suitable yard. They had a hard a hard time giving him up.