Oliver – 5 year old male Brittany Setter Cross

Oliver is a 5 year old male Brittany Setter Cross. He is a very beautiful boy! We think Oliver is a Brittany Setter Cross although his passport calls him an English Setter. Oliver was handed into the shelter we work with in North Spain by his hunter with Ospa- an English Setter.

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The hunter said he had too many dogs and was getting rid of the excess. Poor Oliver arrived in an awful state and was quite scared of new people. He has however gained a lot of confidence in the shelter already. He is a dog with a cheerful character and lots of energy.

Oliver shares the kennel with Ospa, the English Setter he arrived with, and with whom he gets along very well, although he definitely leads the pair of dogs in the kennel. With people he knows, Oliver is very affectionate and obedient within the confines of the shelter, although this would no doubt change on an exciting walk.

With new people and places, Oliver would no doubt have some fears. If you are interested in giving the very handsome Oliver a home, he is available at Setter Brittany Pointer Rescue. Oliver is currently at the shelter we work with in North Spain but he is ready to travel to the UK. Oliver was born on 8th May 2017.

Setter, Brittany & Pointer Rescue
Setter, Brittany & Pointer Rescue

For further details about adopting a dog from Setter, Brittany & Pointer Rescue, please email: dogsblog4SeBPRA@gmail.com

All dogs rehomed via this rescue will be microchipped, spayed/neutered and vaccinated. Home checks are carried out and full post-adoption support is offered.

We help rehome unwanted hunting dogs from Northern Spain. Many of these dogs are either abandoned or taken to kill shelters by their previous owners.

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