Betty used to called Belote and was adopted from the SPA just over two years ago as a family’s third dog. Whereas Betty had no problems at all with the male, she was insanely jealous of the family’s other female, and this situation became completely untenable, thus causing Betty’s return to the refuge. She is sharing with Chips, one of the boys, and is doing fine, so we know she can be homed as an only dog or with a male, but not with a female. Betty is a Brittany Spaniel who was born in January 2010. She has been well loved and looked after, her medical issues (slight arthritis) need no treatment, and a fatty lump has been analysed (totally benign). So Betty needs nothing more than a loving family and all will be sorted. She is fine off the lead and is what the French call a Pot of Glue, totally loyal to her owners and extremely affectionate. A lovely dog for a couple with a non-too active lifestyle and loads of love to give to a loving little girl.
- Loving and affectionate
- Not good with other female dogs
- Loyal family pet