Prepping for pet parenthood?
There's a lot to learn when you have a new pet. Our sister brand, The Wildest, is here to support you—with new pet checklists, virtual training, and expert guides. Sign up for free.
Close button icon
Adopt

Brittany puppies and dogs in Alabama

Looking for a Brittany puppy or dog in Alabama? Adopt a Pet can help you find an adorable Brittany near you.

Picture of Brittany

Adopt a Brittany near you in Alabama

Below are our newest added Brittanies available for adoption in Alabama. To see more adoptable Brittanies in Alabama, use the search tool below to enter specific criteria!
Photo of OK/Lady Anne (TX)

OK/Lady Anne (TX)

Brittany

Female, Adult
Montgomery, AL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained,
Story
My name is Lady Anne, and I am hoping to find my family for Valentines Day.  I am a 5 ½ yr old, 27 #  Liver/white spayed petite Brittany girl.  I am housebroken, crate trained, utd on my vaccines. My AKC name is  Go North’s I Love My Sleeping Lady – AKC SS07736403.    I have been and I am on hw prevention, I am HW and Tick Neg.  My Mom loves me, and felt it was better to let me have a home of my own, as there were 7 dogs in my family.  I get along well with my sister Bella Rae, I am not bonded, but do love her and get along well with her.  I do get excited when another dog starts barking.  I have been known to go after the smaller 15 lb  herding dog a couple of times over the years. So, I would be better with no dogs or cats, or a very calm male dog.   I would like to have a loving family to dolt on me and spoil me.   I am hoping I can be your families Valentine. I would love a physical fenced in yard.  I would love to be your only baby girl with 4 legs.  I just need to be your one only loving baby.  From Lady Anne’s Owner:  Lady Anne is from my breeding.  I own both Mom and Dad and kept her and two of her siblings from a litter of 5.  Lady Anne was born in Alaska, and we were active in conformation dog shows.  She took puppy classes and also nosework classes.  Since I had three puppies, my son and a friend helped me with handling and showing the puppies. Lady is petite and fairly happy go lucky.  She’s not super vocal.  She will bark on occasion, but not like crazy.  Sometimes she will fuss when in a crate but can be told to “knock it off” and will listen fairly well.  As with most Brittanys, she is food motivated and easily trained.  She is good about getting her nails dremeled (we do so at least every 2-3 weeks).  She does NOT love having it done and will hide at the back of a crate when she realizes that it is grooming time.  But when I put her on the grooming table, she does not fight, cry or nip.  She’s used to being on a grooming table and being clippered and/or scissored.  She also allows her teeth to be brushed and her ears cleaned. We groom every 2-3 weeks: nails, ears, and teeth.  Then scissoring and clippers as needed to remove her “spay coat” as needed.  She’s good on the table and with all grooming tasks including baths. Because Lady hoards stuffies and then guards them, the only “toys” we use are Benebone chews, moose antlers, rope type toys (not a favorite).  Lady is uninterested in picking up the balls or engaging in play.  Since moving to TX, one of Lady’s favorite things is to hunt the frogs and bugs that come out at night.  She will point at the birds in the backyard and follow them from tree to tree. Once we moved back to Texas, we had several family members come and visit.  Lady quickly became my Aunt’s favorite pup.  Whenever she visits, Lady is always happy to see her and is gentle with her greetings.  She loves it when my Aunt scratches her neck and chest.  Lady is comfortable with the new visitors and enjoys their pets and attention. Lady loves to lie next to me or on my lap while I’m watching TV.  Her favorite place on the bed is always right up against me.  I was excited to get a small wading pool for the dogs during the hot Texas summer and only Lady enjoyed wading in the pool.  Her favorite pool game was bobbing for the frozen veggies I tossed in the pool. Commands Lady Anne knows: Sit Down (don’t always follow through, but they have been taught it.) Come in (from the yard) – probably will NOT recall if they got loose in the whole wide world. Kennel up Go Potty – “Go Potty so we can go to bed” Wait (I usually use hand signals to emphasize this) Leave it Drop it or At At From NBRAN:  She would be better as an only dog, calm male or her sister.  I would not take her to dog parks.  With approval of Coordinators/Regionals involved, she might be able to be a foster to adopt. The adoption fee for OK/Lady Anne, who lives in Tulsa, OK  is $350,  which helps to offset our vetting and allows NBRAN to rescue more of these wonderful family members.  If you are interested in making OK/Lady Anne part of your family, please complete the on-line application by visiting www.nbran.org .  Contact the South Central Region Coordinators Chris Wagoner at cwnbran@gmail.com  , Melinde Waddle at macgammy@gmail.com and/or Nancy Walker at nwalker@capecod.net  and then let your state coordinator know so we can get the ball rolling.  A phone interview, home visit and vet check will be required as part of the approval process by your state coordinator, before talking to the foster of Lady Anne.  Transportation can be arranged up 1400 miles with the adopter being responsible for at least the last 100 miles.February 25, 2024, 9:17 pm
Photo of TX/Flash aka Ace

TX/Flash aka Ace

Brittany

Male, Adult
Montgomery, AL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained,
Story
Are you looking for free kisses?  Are you looking for your family Valentine?  My name is Flash, now called Ace.  My name changed because I am almost 2 ½ yrs old and didn’t know my name.  My Foster Mom felt that I needed a special name, and I liked Ace much better.  I am 43 lbs of handsome Brittany, orange/white and neutered.  I am utd on all my vaccines. HW neg and on prevention.  Housebroken, crate trained, and very good riding in the car. My Foster Mom is the first loving home I have ever had.  I have discovered a very soft inviting bed and getting to sleep with my foster mom.  I will tell you I have been missing out on a wonderful loving life for 2 yrs. If you would like a companion in your bed and besides you on the couch to watch TV,  I am your guy. I am learning sit, stay and a few other commands.  I need a physical fenced in yard.  As you will see in my video, I love to run, run, and run some more.  I need exercise and settle well in the house.  I love my toys.  I love to chase the ball, but not good on bringing it back.  From my Foster Mom:  Ace is a very sweet & intelligent boy.  A great companion, affectionate and friendly.  He loves to play with dogs.  He learns so fast, I basically have to tell him once or twice and he learns what to do and what not to do.  I am able to leave him loose in the house for about an hour at a time.  We are taking step by step, but so far so good. Any family would be very lucky to have him.  He has been such an easy foster and a delight. NBRAN Rescue Info:  Flash aka Ace’s first 2 yrs were left outside without attention and in the elements. When we got him, he was bones, filthy, terrified, and scabs from ticks.  He did have Anaplasma phagocytophilum, which is a tick-borne disease. It is treated with antibiotics called Doxy.  We treated him for 30 days and his platelets were normal as of Jan 16th.  He has one more vet appointment in 1 to 2 weeks.   The adoption fee for TX/Flash aka Ace, who lives in Round Rock, TX  is $400,  which helps to offset our vetting and allows NBRAN to rescue more of these wonderful family members.  If you are interested in making TX/Flash aka Ace part of your family, please complete the on-line application by visiting www.nbran.org .  Contact the South Central Region Coordinators Chris Wagoner at cwnbran@gmail.com  , Melinde Waddle at macgammy@gmail.com and/or Nancy Walker at nwalker@capecod.net  and then let your state coordinator know so we can get the ball rolling.  A phone interview, home visit and vet check will be required as part of the approval process by your state coordinator, before talking to the foster of Flash aka Ace.  Transportation can be arranged up 1400 miles with the adopter being responsible for at least the last 100 miles.  February 25, 2024, 9:17 pm
Photo of AR/Callie

AR/Callie

Brittany/Spaniel (Unknown Type)

Female, Young
Montgomery, AL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained,
Story
Will you be my Valentine?  My name is Callie, and I really am a very sweet girl once I get to know you.  I am a 1 yr old liver/white 48 lb spayed Brittany girl with a beautiful tail.  If I don’t say so myself, I am told I am very beautiful.  I am utd on all vaccines.  HW/Tick neg and on HW and Flea/Tick prevention.  I am a healthy girl. I am housebroken, crate trained and great with dogs and kitties.  I am shy and worry a little when you just reach out to grab me, so please let me smell you and let’s get to know each other, then I am the biggest love bug ever and your forever friend.  I love all furbabies, well maybe not the kind we go hunting for, after all I am a bird dog.  You can see me running in the video with all my foster siblings.  I really have a best bud named Hoss, he and I like to play all the time.  There is a puppy there too, and we have fun.  I would love to have someone want me to be a part of their family for Valentines.  Best Valentines ever.  I need a physical fenced yard to dash, run, and play.  The adoption fee for AR/Callie, who lives in Mountain View, AR  is $400,  which helps to offset our vetting and allows NBRAN to rescue more of these wonderful family members.  If you are interested in making AR/Callie part of your family, please complete the on-line application by visiting www.nbran.org .  Contact the South Central Region Coordinators Chris Wagoner at cwnbran@gmail.com  , Melinde Waddle at macgammy@gmail.com and/or Nancy Walker at nwalker@capecod.net  and then let your state coordinator know so we can get the ball rolling.  A phone interview, home visit and vet check will be required as part of the approval process by your state coordinator, before talking to the foster of Callie.  Transportation can be arranged up 1400 miles with the adopter being responsible for at least the last 100 miles.February 25, 2024, 9:17 pm
Photo of OK/Bella Rae (TX)

OK/Bella Rae (TX)

Brittany

Female, Adult
Montgomery, AL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained,
Story
My name is Bella Rae, and I am hoping to find my family for Valentines Day.  I am a 5 ½ yr old, 27 #  orange/white spayed Brittany girl.  I am housebroken, crate trained, utd on my vaccines. My AKC name is  CH Go North's I Love My Southern Bell – AKC SS07736402.   I have been and I am on hw prevention, I am HW and Tick Neg.  My Mom loves me, and felt it was better to let me have a home of my own, as there were 7 dogs in my family.  I get along well with my sister Lady Anne, I am not bonded, but do love her.  My sister doesn’t like smaller dogs and will start a fight and I want to join in.  I am told that is a no no, but being a sister, I want to help my sister out.  I would like to have a loving family to dolt on me and spoil me.   I am hoping I can be your families Valentine. I would love a physical fenced in yard.  I would love to be your only baby girl with 4 legs.  From Bella Rae’s Owner:  Bella is from my breeding.  I own both Mom and Dad and kept her and two of her siblings from a litter of 5.Bella was born in Alaska, and we were active in conformation dog shows.  She took puppy classes and also nosework classes.  Since I had three puppies, my son and a friend helped me with handling and showing the puppies. Bella isn’t as sure about approaching a stranger but will eventually do so with caution.  There was one time (this year), I had her at the vet and a child approached her to pet her.  I had Bella sit and the girl reached out to pet her.  Bella was unsure but didn’t show any fear signals.  After the girl pet her and retreated, Bella became more interested in the girl and seemed to want more attention.  The girl was slow and gentle. The only “toys” we use are Benebone chews, moose antlers, rope type toys (not a favorite).  (Lady hoards stuffies) Bella is also prone to de-fluffing stuffy toys.  When we moved to TX, I bought some fetch type toys and Bella would be interested in picking up the balls but would not really fetch and or really engage. Bella is a small cobby girl.  As with most Brittanys, she is food motivated and easily trained.  She is good at getting her nails dremeled (we do so at least every 2-3 weeks).  She will sometimes pull her foot away (ticklish) but, she does not fight, cry, or nip.  She’s used to being on a grooming table and being groomed with scissors.  She also allows her teeth to be brushed and her ears cleaned.  We groom every 2-3 weeks: nails, ears, and teeth.  Then scissoring to tidy up as needed.  She’s good on the table and with all grooming tasks including baths. Bella is the biggest cuddle bug.  She loves nothing more than being on your lap and rubbing her head/face on you and your chest.  She often coos at you while doing this. She likes to “sing” to you.  She will bark, but not like crazy.  Commands Bella Rae knows: Sit Down (don’t always follow through, but they have been taught it.) Come in (from the yard) – probably will NOT recall if they got loose in the whole wide world. Kennel up Go Potty – “Go Potty so we can go to bed” Wait (I usually use hand signals to emphasize this) Leave it Drop it or At At From NBRAN:  She would be better as an only dog.  I would not take her to dog parks.  All she wants is loving, cuddles and to be able to coo in your arms.  With approval of Coordinators/Regionals involved, she might be able to be a foster to adopt. Medical:  Daily medications: ½ 50 mg Proin 2 times per day. Bella has suffered with some urinary incontinence since she was under a year old (before being spayed).  Her liver values are a little up, we put on Denimarin and we checking in 30 days. The adoption fee for OK/Bella Rae, who lives in Tulsa, OK  is $350,  which helps to offset our vetting and allows NBRAN to rescue more of these wonderful family members.  If you are interested in making OK/Bella Rae part of your family, please complete the on-line application by visiting www.nbran.org .  Contact the South Central Region Coordinators Chris Wagoner at cwnbran@gmail.com  , Melinde Waddle at macgammy@gmail.com and/or Nancy Walker at nwalker@capecod.net  and then let your state coordinator know so we can get the ball rolling.  A phone interview, home visit and vet check will be required as part of the approval process by your state coordinator, before talking to the foster of Bella Rae.  Transportation can be arranged up 1400 miles with the adopter being responsible for at least the last 100 miles.February 25, 2024, 9:17 pm
Photo of VA/Sadie

VA/Sadie

Brittany

Female, Adult
Montgomery, AL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Shots are up-to-date, House-trained,
Story
Introducing Sadie!  Sadie is a cuddle bug that is just about 9 years old.  She's a beautiful liver and white female brittany, weighing about 37 pounds. Sadie loves the freedom to run without a leash and run the fence perimeter.  She would love to chase rabbits and squirrels.  She walks fairly well on a lead or harness, but is still a big puller.   A physical fenced yard is a must for her, as she needs space to run.   She is very loyal and watches over her person.  She loves chew toys.  She is ok with other dogs as long as they don’t rush to her face.  Sadie would do best as an only dog.  Sadie is housebroken and low maintenance. She prefers to stay home, with a comfy dog bed. She likes to be petted and have space to run off her energy.  Sadie is heartworm negative, spayed, in good health and up to date on all vaccines. She is microchipped, her hearing and sight are very good.  She does have dry itchy skin and has been on Apoquel for six months.  She walks into the shower for her bath and gives you about 15 minutes to towel dry her. If you are looking for a great family pet that likes to travel in the car, golf cart  or patrol the perimeter of the fenced yard / property she is your girl.  She will keep the bunnies and squirrels from eating your flowers and shrubs on your fenced property.  She will need a four-to-five-foot fence.  Sadie loves being outside with her people but enjoys the comfort of dog beds and bed pillows to grab a nap in between bird watching out the window and running outside. Please consider opening your heart and home to Sadie!  Sadie's adoption fee is $350.  Please complete an adoption application at www.nbran.org and specify her name.  She is currently located in northwestern Georgia  and is available to be transported up to 1400 miles, with the adopter driving the last 100 miles approximately.   If you are interested in giving Sadie her forever home, please reach out to Leslie Trenta @ leslie@leslietrentadesigns.com     February 25, 2024, 9:17 pm
Photo of TN/Penny

TN/Penny

Brittany/Hound (Unknown Type)

Female, Young
Montgomery, AL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, House-trained,
Story
Penny is a 19 month old Brittany/Hound mix. She is UTD on vaccines, microchipped, Heartworm negative and on preventative.  She minds her foster mom really well and has great recall. Penny knows the command sit and is working on stay. She is not very vocal and does not bark much. She loves running in the yard and is good with other dogs. Penny loves her toys and she also loves treats. Penny is a very healthy girl. Penny's foster mom says she is not destructive and loves to lounge in her dog bed. Because she gets overly excited, Penny jumps on people, but her foster mom is working with her.  Because of her jumping, Penny will not be a good fit for a home with small children.  Penny is being fostered in Tennessee. Her adoption fee is $325.00 and can be transported up to 1400 miles via our Canine Railroad with the adopter taking the last leg, usually less than 100 miles.  Applications for Penny can be found on www.nbran.org.  For more information, email dltuthill@epbfi.com or ztasuzanne@gmail.com.  February 25, 2024, 9:17 pm

Search for a Brittany puppy or dog

Use the search tool below to browse adoptable Brittany puppies and adults Brittany in Alabama.

Brittany puppies and dogs in Alabama cities

Brittany Puppies near me Brittany in Adamsville Brittany in Alabaster Brittany in Albertville Brittany in Alexander City Brittany in Andalusia Brittany in Anniston Brittany in Arab Brittany in Athens Brittany in Atmore Brittany in Attalla Brittany in Auburn Brittany in Bay Minette Brittany in Bessemer Brittany in Birmingham Brittany in Boaz Brittany in Brewton Brittany in Calera Brittany in Center Point Brittany in Chelsea Brittany in Chickasaw Brittany in Childersburg Brittany in Clanton Brittany in Clay Brittany in Cullman Brittany in Daleville Brittany in Daphne Brittany in Decatur Brittany in Demopolis Brittany in Dothan Brittany in Enterprise Brittany in Eufaula Brittany in Fairfield Brittany in Fairhope Brittany in Fayette Brittany in Florence Brittany in Foley Brittany in Fort Payne Brittany in Fultondale Brittany in Gadsden Brittany in Gardendale Brittany in Geneva Brittany in Glencoe Brittany in Greenville Brittany in Gulf Shores Brittany in Guntersville Brittany in Hamilton Brittany in Hartselle Brittany in Helena Brittany in Hokes Bluff Brittany in Homewood Brittany in Hoover Brittany in Hueytown Brittany in Huntsville Brittany in Irondale Brittany in Jackson Brittany in Jacksonville Brittany in Jasper Brittany in Lanett Brittany in Leeds Brittany in Lincoln Brittany in Madison Brittany in Midfield Brittany in Millbrook Brittany in Mobile Brittany in Monroeville Brittany in Montevallo Brittany in Montgomery Brittany in Moody Brittany in Mountain Brook Brittany in Muscle Shoals Brittany in Northport Brittany in Oneonta Brittany in Opelika Brittany in Opp Brittany in Orange Beach Brittany in Oxford Brittany in Ozark Brittany in Pelham Brittany in Pell City Brittany in Phenix City Brittany in Piedmont Brittany in Pinson Brittany in Pleasant Grove Brittany in Prattville Brittany in Prichard Brittany in Rainbow City Brittany in Rainsville Brittany in Roanoke Brittany in Robertsdale Brittany in Russellville Brittany in Saraland Brittany in Satsuma Brittany in Scottsboro Brittany in Selma Brittany in Sheffield Brittany in Smiths Station Brittany in Southside Brittany in Spanish Fort Brittany in Sylacauga Brittany in Talladega Brittany in Tallassee Brittany in Tarrant Brittany in Thomasville Brittany in Troy Brittany in Trussville Brittany in Tuscaloosa Brittany in Tuscumbia Brittany in Tuskegee Brittany in Union Springs Brittany in Valley Brittany in Vestavia Hills Brittany in Wetumpka Brittany in Winfield

Brittany shelters & rescues in Alabama

There are animal shelters and rescues that focus specifically on finding great homes for Brittany puppies in Alabama. Browse these Brittany rescues and shelters below.

Here are a few organizations

Rescue

NBRAN Alabama

Montgomery , AL 36101

Pet Types: dogs

More an arrow icon

Rescue

NBRAN Alabama

Montgomery , AL 36101

Pet Types: dogs

More an arrow icon

Rescue

NBRAN Alabama

Montgomery , AL 36101

Pet Types: dogs

More an arrow icon

Rescue

NBRAN Alabama

Montgomery , AL 36101

Pet Types: dogs

More an arrow icon

Rescue

NBRAN Alabama

Montgomery , AL 36101

Pet Types: dogs

More an arrow icon

Rescue

NBRAN Alabama

Montgomery , AL 36101

Pet Types: dogs

More an arrow icon

Looking for a specific shelter or rescue?

If you're not seeing what you're looking for, try our shelter and rescue search. We have more than 17,000 organizations in our database with furry pals waiting for a new home!

magnifying glass with cat and dog

Want to learn more about adopting a Brittany puppy or dog ?

We've got all the info you need on adopting and caring for a Brittany puppy . Check out the links below for everything you ever wanted to know about Brittany puppies and adults .

Brittany information

clipboard with list

Where do Brittanys come from? How many types of Brittanys are there? From the history of the breed to question about average height, weight and size, brush up on these basic facts about the Brittany.

Learn More an arrow icon