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Brittany National Brittany Rescue WI, MN, IA Region

National Brittany Rescue WI, MN, IA Region

Our Adoptable Pet List

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Isanti is a sweet 2 to 4 year old French Brittany that came into our care about May 8th. She had been struck by a car and had pelvic and severe knee injuries. She had surgery at the Wisconsin University Vet College where she recieved excellent care. Now we just learned that she is heartworm positive. If you know about heartworm treatment, it is very dangerous and difficult for a dog to go through. We are nervous but we know it has to be done. Also, please consider donating money as all this treatment is very expensive and our organization is low on funds at the moment. There is a donation link on the lower part of this page, thank you very much. If you would like to read more about how Isanti is doing or see her picture, please click on our blog: ISANTI She is not up for adoption at this time. "

Brittanies are very high energy hunting dogs, bred to run and they love to do it. Because of this trait, our organization has had several adopted dogs killed by vehicles. As an organization, we are close to a requirement for some sort of fencing or containment. Please consider a fence to help keep your potential adopted dog safe!

Thanks to all the people who adopted one of our dogs, helped with fostering or donated money. We really appreciate your help and everything you have done!

We have lots of new dogs coming in to our care so please check back often to see the new arrivals. We have found homes for a few Brittanies this year but we still have several that need homes around the midwest. It seems that as soon as one dog gets adopted, another appears at our doorstep.If you are at all interested in fostering a Brittany, please give us a call or fill out an application link lower on this page; as we are once again almost at the limit of what we can handle.

Who We Are

Hi. We are members of the National Brittany Rescue and Adoption Network (NBRAN) here in Wisconsin. We are a private, non-government group that rescues Brittanies here in Wisconsin or anywhere necessary . We pull dogs from shelters and help with owner placements.We foster them in our home till a forever home is found for them. Here is a link to our parent organization. WWW.NBRAN.ORG

There is a lot of good information there , especially about the breed characteristics, for people unfarmiliar with Brittanies. Here is a nice introduction to Brittanies for people unfarmiliar with the breed.SO YOU WANT A BRITTANY

If you would like to know more about us and how we got to be doing this, click on this link. There is a blog if anyone is interested. .ABOUT US

We also are in need of volunteers for temporary foster care, transport runs, shelter contacts , fund raising and helping with outreach events. There is a Brittany Canine Railroad that transports dogs around the country to they're forever homes. We desperately need help as were are getting overwhelmed with homeless Brittanies. We are about at the limit as far as the number of dogs we can care for. Without more volunteers, we may not be able to save all the Brittanies that need our help. If you are interested in volunteering, please click here. VOLUNTEER APPLICATIONIf you would like to donate money for the care of some of our sick dogs, please click here.DONATE HERE Also, there is an online store where you can purchase Brittany items..ONLINE STORE

Adopting a friend

If you are interested in a specific dog, you may call us at 1 414 768 9016 or send us an e-mail. We are located near Milwaukee. Also, please click on this link to fill out an adoption application.ADOPTION APPLICATION The adoption fee is $350. A home visit and vet check are required for new adopters to insure the safety of the dog. We reserve the right to refuse adoption to any person, for any reason. To see more dogs, go to the National website NBRAN.ORG and check out other dogs from around the country. There is a Canine Transport system of volunteers to move dogs around the country and to their new homes.



Cathy Burgmeier
NBRAN WI State Coordinator
Oak Creek, WI

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