Joni

BRIT# 20150506 Status: ADOPTED Age: 8 yrs Gender: Female Weight:   50 lbs UPDATE from Foster Mom (8-24-15): Joni wants everyone to know what an awesome girl she is. During her time with us she has learned to sit for her food, and sits when the back door opens … to ask for permission to go out....

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Freckles

BRIT# 20150504 Status: ADOPTED Age: 6 yrs Gender: Female Weight:   50 lbs Hi everyone out there in BRIT land … I’m so happy to be a representative of the kinds of beautiful Brittanys in this organization. My name is “FRECKLES.” My 87 owner surrendered me to a shelter because I was too active for...

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Kip

BRIT# 20150503 Status: ADOPTED Age: 5 yrs Gender: Male Weight:   25 lbs UPDATE 7-15-15: Kip just finished his heartworm treatment and will be ready for his forever home in mid-August.  A few comments from his foster family: “Kip is just a little guy and so much fun … he’s a ball...

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Tanner

BRIT# 20150502 Status: ADOPTED Age: 3 months Gender: Male Weight:   13 lbs I know, I’m adorable, but I don’t look like a “regular” Brittany. Well, here’s the deal: I’m not a full Brittany. I may be part French Brittany and part Cocker – we’re just not sure. (Whatever the blend is, you’ve got to...

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Gracie

BRIT# 20150501 Status: ADOPTED Age: 3 months Gender: Female Weight:   12.5 lbs know, I’m adorable, but I don’t look like a “regular” Brittany. Well, here’s the deal: I’m not a full Brittany. I may be part French Brittany and part Cocker – we’re just not sure. (Whatever the blend is, you’ve got to...

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BRIT’s 5th Birthday Party Photos are up!

Click here to view BRIT’s 5th Birthday Photos The photos from BRIT’s 5th Birthday party are ready to view! These photos are candid, photo journalistic style, and taken by professional pet photographer, Jenna Regan. Her focus was to capture a variety of shots from the day and show the...

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BRIT’s 5th Birthday Party

[youtube https://youtu.be/3TpFBNlUQ_M] Pattie, founder of Brittany Rescue in Texas, took a pie-in-the-face after supporters met BRIT’s fundraising challenge of $5k. Funds from this annual fundraising event will be used to pay for animal rescue expenses to help save Brittany Spaniels, the...

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Introducing your Brittany to your other dogs

How to introduce your new Brittany to your resident dog. Animals that live in groups, like Brittanys, establish a social structure within the group called a dominance hierarchy. This dominance hierarchy serves to maintain order, reduce conflict and promote cooperation among pack members....

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Is your Brittany an Escape Artist?

The Brittany Escape Artist Escaping is a serious problem for both you and your Brittany, as it can have tragic consequences. If your Brittany is running loose, he is in danger of being hit by a car, being injured in a fight with another dog, or being hurt in a number of other ways. Additionally,...

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When your Brittanys Fight

What to do when your Brittanys fight. Brittanys that live in social groups establish a social structure within their pack. This social structure is hierarchical and your Brittany will determine their place in the hierarchy through control of and access to various resources, such as food, toys and...

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