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Facts about CT- Gibbs

  • Breed: Brittany
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Unknown
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 4520059-12-0199

My name is CT- Gibbs!

Brittany Dog for adption in Everywhere, Massachusetts - CT- Gibbs
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CT- Gibbs's Info...

I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, a special needs pet, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.

CT- Gibbs's Story...

Hi! I’m Gibbs the swingin’ senior! At 45lbs, I might be 12 years old, down an eye, and losing my hearing, but you don’t need any of that to play a good game of chase with my foster siblings! There’s nothing I like better than burying my bone in unusual places, like the fire pit, unless it’s running in and out of the dog door or inspecting the trash cans.

I don’t remember much about my past--shelter amnesia, you know. I remember being pulled from a shelter in Tennessee, and took a long ride up to a place called Connecticut. Despite the eye and the hearing and my teeth showing age related wear and tear, I’m still up for a good time or three.

Healthwise:
   "Gibbs" is a very active dog. He LOVES to hike.  I think he would go all day long if you let him. "Gibbs" is also NOT housebroken, and would need a dog-savy owner to break him of this habit.

He does have some weakness in his hind end- on the one hand he waits to be lifted into the car daily.  You can tell because he takes his time going up and down the stairs.  He was quite afraid of the stairs at first, but he handles them really well now. He does have one eye is missing, the other is not great, but he manages well.  He is a bit of a bull in a china shop- maybe partially because he doesn't see everything he bangs into?  He also does not seem to care one iota when he bangs into things-he has a lot of energy! Every person that meets him does not believe he is 12-13 years old.
 
 
The good people at NBRAN got me UTD on my vaccines and put me on some heartworm preventative. I’m fixed and ready to go to a new home. If you’ve got the yard and the space, I got the energy and the love! Remember, that’s Gibbs in CT!

If interested in finding out more about GIBBS, please visit the "National Brittany Rescue and Adoption Network" Website @ www.nbran.org  & fill out an adoption application. Please remember to mention "CT-GIBBS" on your application!!

NBRAN can help "GIBBS" get to you, up to 1400 miles away, through their network of volunteer drivers who donate their time and gas money to transport these wonderful dogs to their forever homes..

Questions or inquiries can be emailed to the NBRAN State Coordinator: Karen Bailey (Email: KBails98@gmail.com) or the CT Co-Coordinator: Laurie Burton (Email: Laurie_Ellen@verizon.net). 

 

 

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About NBRAN - Massachusetts

About Our Rescue Group...

National Brittany Rescue and Adoption Network (NBRAN), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is a network of caring and dedicated volunteers in the United States and Canada who have a deep passion for dog rescue and specifically  the homeless Brittany, affectionately called a "Britt."

You can view all our adoptable Britts by visiting our "Available for Adoption" page on our website: www.nbran.org. The two letters before each dogs name is the state where the dog is being fostered.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our Britts are housed in foster homes. We are NOT a shelter.

Foster homes are our lifeline to saving dogs. We have opportunities for fostering in every state and Canadian Province. Fostering not only helps the dogs, but blesses the humans involved too. Knowing that you are helping a Brittany find a forever loving home is a great feeling! If you can foster please complete a volunteer application under the Help the Dogs button on our website.

Our Adoption Process...

Please visit www.nbran.org to view our adoption process.

If you would like to adopt a Brittany through the National Brittany Rescue & Adoption Network, we would love to help you do that. Please fill out an adoption application on our website and submit it. Once your application is received, we will be happy to discuss adoptions & our fees further with you. Thank you in advance for your interest in helping the Brittanys.