This is Cooper a male French Brittany who is approximately 8 years old. Cooper was part of the Indiana 11 rescue. He gets along well with his foster siblings which include a cat. He does however have to be introduced to new dogs while not on a leash. He would do best with another dog. Cooper also does not like loud noises like fireworks or gun shots. He would do best with an experience dog owner.
Cooper is very smart. He knows down, sit, give a paw, show your belly (for a good rub), fake sneezes, speak and he has a wickedly cool head tilt when he’s paying attention to you. He also a typical Brittany….very snuggly, really interested in birds AND loves everyone he has met so far.
This handsome guy is pretty fit for a senior. He is heartworm negative, he has been neutered, he does show some signs of having beginning stages of mild kidney disease which is being handled with diet.
For an interview with Cooper, see this facebook posting:
Cooper’s adoption is being handled through National Brittany Rescue and Adoption Network. The adoption fee is $200.00. Please go to nbran.org and fill out the adoption application. The Coordinator for Michigan is Joanne Denomme and she will be handling all inquiries and applications for Cooper. Her e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in Cooper, please go to nbran.org and complete an online application. The Coordinator in your state will contact you to explain the process. NBRAN will require a home visit and vet check. Cooper can use NBRAN's weekend team of volunteers called the Canine Railroad to get to his new home up to 1200 miles
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