Courtesy Listing

The following Brittanys are available for adoption directly from local shelters or other rescue organizations because there are no ABR rescue volunteers close or there is no room available for them in ABR foster homes.

Please note: Our information on these dogs is very limited. We offer this as a service to Brittanys in need, but the health or temperament of these dogs has not been assessed and cannot be guaranteed by American Brittany Rescue. Please check with the shelter contact to find out what kind of screening has been done and to find out more about the dog.

Please e-mail us if you adopt a dog listed on this page, so we can keep our information current. Thank you!

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CJ - 5255

6 yr 9 mon (Adult)
Neutered Male

Adopting or assisting? Please contact:
Almost Home Humane Society of North Central Iowa
725 S 32nd Street
Fort Dodge, IA 50501






'Almost Home... Until They Are All Home For Good'Spaniel mixCJ is a handsome 3 year old Brittany Spaniel/Lab mix that came to us as a stray. He was orginally from the shelter when he was just a little puppy. He is current on vaccinations except for rabies, microchipped, and has tested negative for heartworm. He has a lot of energy, so a home with a fenced in yard would be best for him. CJ could also use some obedience training.He must go to a home with no other pets because he likes to be the king of the house! CJ is currently in a foster home so if you would like to meet CJ please call and set up an appointment!Adopting a pet is a lifetime commitment. December 19, 2015, 2:57 am

Tobey - 6147

5 yr 11 mon (Adult)

Adopting or assisting? Please contact:

Megan Moyes

Salt Lake City, UT
(801) 898-7712



 Meet Tobey, a pure-bred Brittany spaniel. He is white with brown, reddish spots. He is 42 pounds and is incredibly affectionate. He is 6 years old and is not neutered as we planned to breed him. He is AKC (American Kennel Club) papered. We are happy to provide his documentation and breeding lines.


Tobey loves attention. If he is in the room with you, he yearns to be pet. He is very obedient and very kind. He has intelligent, sharp eyes and enjoys affection. He likes to sleep in close spaces like underneath a desk and runs to you upon calling his name. He is very kind. He is also great with kids. My 2-year-old and 5-year-old call him “their dog” and love playing, hugging and snuggling him.


Tobey is content with being loved by his owners and friends.  


Together the Best of Buds


Fenway and Tobey are the best of brothers and we would prefer to not separate them. Tobey met Fen when he was just a few weeks old, so in many ways Fenway is like a father and is his best friend. Tobey notices when Fenway isn’t around and goes searching through the house to find his buddy. We adore them both.



Fenway (Brittany Buddy to Tobey) - 6148

7 yr (Adult)
Neutered Male

Adopting or assisting? Please contact:

Megan Moyes

Salt Lake City, UT

Fenway (Brittany Buddy to Tobey)


Meet Fenway, a pure-bred yellow lab. He is 97 pounds and is a gentle giant. He is 7 years old and is neutered. He only eats dog food as he ate a toy when was one years old and had to have it surgically removed. Even though this is his diet, he likes to sneak human food when no one is looking. It is quite amusing to watch a 95-pound dog try to get away with sneaking food. My 2-year-old daughter is apt to feeding him from her plate and often sneaks food to him under the dog door.

Fenway is our sweetheart. He is very affectionate and enjoys giving you his paw. He will not hesitate to join a hug when you are embracing a friend as he wants to share love with those around him. Often while I am napping, he will come up and lick my face. He is also great with kids. My 2-year-old will lay on him while watching a movie and loves playing with his ears.

Fenway enjoys catching tennis balls, but he is not obsessed with doing so, which is a bit unusual for a lab. He is just content being wherever you are.

Fenway and Toby are best buds and we would love to keep them together!


Brittanys usually live 12-15 years, so if you are contemplating adoption, please be prepared to make that kind of commitment to the dog. Brittanys love their people and require personal attention every day.

Dogs placed by American Brittany Rescue, Inc. have been rescued from a shelter, found as a stray, or given up by an owner who could no longer keep or care for them. All dogs in foster homes have been (or will be) spayed or neutered, checked for heartworm, and are usually on preventative medication for heartworm. A dog's foster family can give you valuable information about its personality and temperament.

There are many more Brittany's available but not yet listed on the web site. These pages are always changing as homes are found and new dogs are placed into rescue. Please contact the State Coordinator for more information.

If you know of a Brittany who needs a home, please contact your nearest State Coordinator for assistance.