I’m Britton (#3702) and am ready for my forever family! I was found as a stray in Salem but my foster family knows I once had a family because I have some training and know sit and stay, and I will sit patiently for my food until given release command. I don’t really know “come” well but I have been working on it!!
My foster mom calls me her “wild child” but that’s because I’m just so happy to be playing, especially with other dogs. (I have three Golden Retriever foster siblings!) Speaking of dogs, I need to be in a home with another dog, preferably larger and younger. I can’t be crated or left completely alone because I get too anxious but having another dog around calms me. I also play a bit rough wrestling so a more active dog friend would be best. I love walks. I pull my foster mom in my harness so get a double leash with her but walk like a gem with my foster dad.
From Britton’s foster mom: Brit is a sweet pup that had a rough start. She doesn’t like to be alone, but with another dog in the house she does great! She also can’t be crated. She is good with cats (she had tried chase them but my Main Coons will chase back so that isn’t happening as often now, but she’s gentle around them). She will benefit from a puppy behavior class, at a minimum, or more! She tries to jump on people but we are working on down and she’s starting to respond and understand. Britton is bright and needs stimulation and lots of exercise!! You throw a racquetball and she will retrieve it until your arm falls off!
Adoption fee: $xxx plus $35 microchip fee