Zach aka Trooper - 20032377

Location: Santa Rosa, California
Color: Orange Roan
Birthdate: November 1, 2013 - Estimated
Age: 10 Year, 5 Month
Gender: Neutered Male

  • House Broken
  • Crate Trained
  • Obedience Trained
  • OK with Dogs

Adopted!!!

Trooper is a 6 year-old Orange Brittany Roan that earned his name for the difficulty he’s been through in the last few weeks.Animal Control in California picked him up injured from what appeared to be an animal attack. Animal Control had him treated, 37 stitches and staples, then called ABR who immediately went to his rescue. He was taken to an ABR veterinarian who performed more surgery enabling a complete recovery. The whole time Trooper was restricted and having to wear a t-shirt, but was still what you would expect in a Brittany, very loving and cooperative.Trooper is 45 pounds and quite handsome. In the time he has been with his foster family he has shown himself to be very affectionate, intelligent, curious and a quick learner. He is also very strong but walks well in a head halter. He is house broken, crate trained, happy with people of all ages but gets very focused if a squirrel is nearby. He will need a fenced area and be with someone who can match his strength and give him a lot of exercise.Trooper will settle in very nicely in a home suited to his traits. His foster family will be glad to answer any questions. If you think you and Trooper are a match, please fill out the on-line application.

Zach aka Trooper - 20032377

Location: Santa Rosa, California
Color: Orange Roan
Birthdate: November 1, 2013 - Estimated
Age: 10 Year, 5 Month
Gender: Neutered Male

  • House Broken
  • Crate Trained
  • Obedience Trained
  • OK with Dogs

Adopted!!!

Trooper is a 6 year-old Orange Brittany Roan that earned his name for the difficulty he’s been through in the last few weeks.Animal Control in California picked him up injured from what appeared to be an animal attack. Animal Control had him treated, 37 stitches and staples, then called ABR who immediately went to his rescue. He was taken to an ABR veterinarian who performed more surgery enabling a complete recovery. The whole time Trooper was restricted and having to wear a t-shirt, but was still what you would expect in a Brittany, very loving and cooperative.Trooper is 45 pounds and quite handsome. In the time he has been with his foster family he has shown himself to be very affectionate, intelligent, curious and a quick learner. He is also very strong but walks well in a head halter. He is house broken, crate trained, happy with people of all ages but gets very focused if a squirrel is nearby. He will need a fenced area and be with someone who can match his strength and give him a lot of exercise.Trooper will settle in very nicely in a home suited to his traits. His foster family will be glad to answer any questions. If you think you and Trooper are a match, please fill out the on-line application.