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My name is OH/Faith!

Brittany Dog for adoption in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - OH/Faith
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I'm being cared for by:
National Brittany Rescue and Adoption Network - Pennsylvania Chapter

Facts about OH/Faith

  • Breed: Brittany
  • Color: White - With Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10890615-16-0338
Sweet and Quiet 'Bed Bug' seeking her own forever family!

Hi my name is Faith. NBRAN rescued me from a shelter.  I am a quiet girl (have only barked once since being with my foster family), approximately 8 yrs old, 40 lbs and a little tall and lanky for a female Brittany.  I was kind of skinny when I first came to my foster home but my foster mom has been feeding me well and I am a healthy weight and feel really good!  I love being with my foster mom and dad and miss them when they go to work but enjoy getting to sleep curled up next to them in bed at night or when they are sick.  My foster dad calls me bed bug.  I stay in the kennel when they are not home but have the run of the house when they are home. When I came to my foster family's house I was not potty trained and had no manners. I picked up on the potty training pretty quickly and am good with that now.  I've made some progress on the manners but still a "work in progress" when it comes to manners, but I'm trying really hard. 

I get along great and enjoy playing with my 4 Brittany foster sisters and am ok with my 2 feline foster sisters too, although I do like to stalk them. I love to explore with my foster sisters and will need a fenced in back yard.  I sometimes get a little anxious when my foster mom and dad leave so I may enjoy having a canine brother or sister in my new home.  When I first came into my foster home I had a carcinoma on one of my nipples so I had to have that and a portion of my mamary chain removed and a small hernia repaired to keep me healthy.  The doctors say they have gotten it all and I haven't had any additional problems so I am ready to find my new family now!  I’ve had all my shots, am heart worm negative, and on Trifexis once a month. I also have been microchipped. 

If you would consider having me become a member of your family, please go to the following link and fill out an adoption application:   https://www.nbran.org/adoptappl.asp . After filing out the application, you can contact Gaye Bricker at  BeauBritt2@aol.com  to further discuss your interest in taking me into your family.  My adoption fee is $200.00 which helps to offset my vetting fees and allows NBRAN to help more of these wonderful pets. I am located in Ohio, but don't worry if you are not real close to me, NBRAN has a team of volunteers who will assist in my transport up to 1500 miles if you are willing to drive the last 100 miles of my journey.  Please consider giving me the forever home I deserve!

 

About National Brittany Rescue and Adoption Network - Pennsylvania Chapter

About Our Rescue Group...

National Brittany Rescue & Adoption Network (NBRAN) is an alliance of dedicated Brittany rescue volunteers who share a deep love for the breed and who will work to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home Brittanys in need, whether abandoned, lost, stray or surrendered to rescue for placement. We have a presence in 48 states and work through a network of state coordinators. As volunteers united in a common cause, we are committed to the care of these dogs in foster homes, and providing for their physical and emotional needs. We are committed in our endeavor to help them with all the resources we have available.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

www,nbran.org

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our adoptions are all handled on line, but we also participate in local events depending on the time available and the volunteers in a particular city/area/

Our Adoption Process...

Adopters must complete an adoption application on line at www.nbran.org or contact a volunteer who can assist if computer access is not available. After the application is received, contact will be made by the state coordinator and a home visit/inspection will be scheduled. A check of the provided veterinarian reference(s) will also be done.

Once an adopter is approved, the state coordinator will send a contract and make arrangements for payment of the adoption fee of $350.00. We accept credit cards on line, PayPal or personal check. We also offer reduced fees for senior dogs and for senior adopters!