Profile: Max and Olive have a great life. Olive's pastime is playing flyball in the back yard. Max's pastime is doing agility in the living room. Max is now five and Olive is two. They get along very well together. Max grew up with our dog Toby who was a hunting dog so Max really acts like a hunting dog. Olive doesn't act much like a dog that would really go chasing after a deer but she absolutely can't get enough of chasing birds.
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Max loves to be petted and loves strangers. If he wants to play he'll grab a tennis ball and throw it in the air. Playing agility in the back yard is one of his favorite things to do. He has a younger sister who is a Britney. Being especially strong allows him to be able to sit up like a human for about two whole minutes. The only down fall to max is that he will get grumpy when he's tired. Over all he is a wonderful dog.View Profile
We got Olive when she was one year old. She was very thin and so scared she drooled the whole way home. It took her a while to adjust to her new home but she came around. I'm afraid to say I think she may have been abused before we got her. She was very skinny and if anyone held up a stick she would run and hide. Now she's a wonderful happy little girl spending her days chasing birds, playing with her brother Max, and most of all having fun showing off to family and friends. After all she's been though she's found the courage to be a happy, friendly little girl!View Profile
The breeder we got Toby from said that he was the meanest in the bunch. Most aggressive dog he had seen in years. So we bought him. He was actually just a very high spirited dog and a great friend. He was fine with other dogs but he didn't like kids until he got to be older. He was large for a Brittany which made some people afraid of him but he was really just afraid of them. If anyone came close to the yard he would have a vicious bark but if they came in he would run and hide. Even on the day he lay to rest he ran the fence line just like every other day of his life.View Profile
Buttercup was ADOPTED into a wonderful home on June 6th 2009. Finally she has found her forever home. It took many months of impatient wanting with no luck. For awhile it looked like she would never find her forever home but she did. She will never have to suffer again. I know she will have a great life from now on.View Profile