My name is Max!

Brittany Dog for adoption in Buffalo, New York - Max
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I'm being cared for by:
Brittany Rescue of WNY

Facts about Max

  • Breed: Brittany
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: New England Brittany Rescue
Hi!! My name is Max. I am a very handsome, 9 year old, liver and white brittany. I lived with my family for my whole life, but then my family fell upon hard times. My Dad told me that he was sorry that he couldn’t care for me and he wanted me to be happy with someone who would love and care for me. We were both sad, but I know my Dad did what was best for me.

My foster family reports that I really love to lay next to you and be with people. I get really excited when to greet people – I love to bark and jump up (a little). My tail wags a mile a minute. I know sit, and I’m housebroken. I don’t really care for crates, but you can trust me to be free in the house.

My foster family says that I sometimes guard my toys and food around other dogs, so you might need to be watchful if you have another canine in your home. I'm ok on dog walks, but I don't like it one bit when another dog comes up to "greet" me. Ok, so I'm grouchy, and I get growly when some other dog tries to sniff my butt. (Hey, would you want a dog sniffing your butt ;?) I'm not big on doggie day care or dog parks. I'm also a moderate energy guy. Also I think I'd be better in a home where kids were a bit bigger so I don't knock them over.

Of course I've been neutered, am up to date on my vaccinations, am heartworm negative and on prevention and I'm microchipped too. Oh, and I just had a dental, so I have pearly white teeth to boot!

I really have a lot of love to give, so believe me you won't need anyone else!
So won't you please contact us and say Max is my man?

If you are interested in adopting, please fill out an adoption application at the New England Brittany Rescue website, We look forward to hearing from you.

About Brittany Rescue of WNY

About Our Rescue Group...

The purpose of rescue is to take in a stray, abandoned or surrendered purebred brittanys and provide them with foster care, health and temperament screening, love and an opportunity at a wonderful new home.

Brittanys can make wonderful family dogs and excel in many areas, but they are not for everyone. They are active, playful, energetic dogs who require personal attention every day. If you would like to learn if a Brittany is a good choice for you and your family please contact us. Although many rescued dogs do hunt with their new families, our primary objective is finding them homes where they will be a member of the family!

Come Meet Our Pets...

If you have additional questions about our brittanys, please email us. We would be happy to respond to you. It is very important to YOU and to US that there's a great match between what you are looking in a brittany and the brittany's dog's personality.

If you are interested in adopting a brittany please take a moment to fill out the online adoption application at or The NEBR representative or NBRAN NY state coordinator will be in touch to go over your application and explain the adoption process.

We look forward to helping you find the "right" brittany for you and your family! Thanks for thinking rescue.

Our Adoption Process...

The adoption process helps match the prospective family's desires in a dog with the temperment and behavior of our foster brittanys.

The adoption process consists of an adoption application. Once the application is received a rescue representative will contact the adopter and do a telephone interview, vet check (on current and prior pets) and a home visit. An adoption contract is signed upon adoption and an adoption fee is paid. The adoption fee helps defray the veterinary expenses for the dog.

The current adoption feel is set by the rescue (typically $350-$375), which includes all vaccinations up to day, spaying/neutering, microchipping, heartworm-negative, parasite-free and appropriate veterinary care of any health concerns the brittany may have.