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Beaux
Location: Louisiana
Age: 2 years
Sex: Neutered male
Weight: 28 pounds
Kids: Yes
Cats: No
Dogs: Calm female dogs only
Fenced Yard: Preferred
Adoption Fee: $700
“Beaux is a smart guy who really wants to please his people. He has really come out of his shell since being in our home and has the best personality and keeps us laughing. He really deserves a home where he can be loved on. I promise you if you adopt Beaux you will have a friend for life. He will certainly take a piece of our hearts when he goes.”
Beaux has displayed dominant behavior with male dogs so he must never be around them. He has displayed signs of separation anxiety. Beaux should remain on his current Farmina diet and Nordic Naturals Omega-3 Pet supplements.

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Give a warm bienvenue to the newest addition to the FBRN’s Available Page, our Cajun hunk Beaux! Beaux got his name because he is, in the immortal words of Derek Zoolander, really, really, really, ridiculously good looking. And he’s not just another pretty face—this sweet boy is bound to bring years of snorty love to a lucky forever home. Could it be yours?

Beaux was purchased as a puppy, and lived a pampered life with his original family. Unfortunately, as he got older, Beaux began to demonstrate aggression toward his senior canine brother. Wanting to keep both of their animals safe and happy, Beaux’s family came to the sad conclusion that he should live in a household free of other male dogs. Enter FBRN and its team of intrepid volunteers, and Beaux landed in a foster home where he didn’t have to worry about competing male egos or establishing his dominance—just lots of pets and walks and endless games of fetch. And that suits Beaux just fine!

Beaux is healthy as a horse, and eats like one, too! He’s on a high-quality Farmina diet, and gets omega-3 supplements to keep him in tip-top shape. He’s a champion at letting his people know when he needs to go outside to make a deposit, so to speak, and he’s been working hard on his crate-training. That said, Beaux is not the type of dog who can spend long periods of time in a crate. He does not like to be left alone, and would not do well in an environment where he spends all day at home by himself. Beaux would much rather have his human by his side at all times, whether at home or at an office. He would definitely benefit from training (supported by positive reinforcement) to address his separation anxiety, so if you have experience with nervous dogs, be sure to mention it in your application!

If Beaux were to describe his ideal day, it might go something like this: Cuddle, eat, fetch, car ride, fetch, fetch, fetch, evening walk, fetch, eat, belly rub, fetch, cuddle, sleep (but maybe a quick game of fetch before bed?) He is an active, happy boy who wants to be a part of whatever is going on, and if what is going on is a ball or a toy being thrown, then all the better! A noisy, busy household would suit him just fine, especially if there are some kids around to play with. Beaux is smart as anything and would love to learn some new tricks, although he’s already mastered the art of being a snuggly, smoosh-faced goofball—no need for further training there. An apartment would not be a good fit for Beaux, since he is loud when he wants his people’s attention, but he’s not fussy about the city versus the country—so long as he has ample opportunity for outside exercise (and preferably a fenced yard for games of fetch), he’s a happy camper. As far as other resident animals, Beaux would do fine with a mellow, female dog, but male dogs, cats, birds, and any other small creatures are a definite no. “Who needs those other animals,” says Beaux, “when you have moi?”

Beaux’s foster mom is absolutely smitten with this gorgeous boy, and says, “Beaux is a smart guy who really wants to please his people. He has really come out of his shell since being in our home and has the best personality and keeps us laughing. He really deserves a home where he can be loved on. I promise you if you adopt Beaux you will have a friend for life. He will certainly take a piece of our hearts when he goes.”

Has this beau mec stolen your heart? If so, you should definitely fill out an application to adopt. Just be prepared to travel—Beau is melting hearts and chasing balls in north Louisiana, and will not be shipped.

FBRN does not ship dogs as cargo, so adopters are expected to pick up their dogs from their foster family. 

FBRN dogs are in foster care in people's private homes. For the foster families' safety, we do not disclose specific locations, and we don't set up meet and greets prior to applications. For detailed information about the dogs in our care, please read the extensive bios on each dog.
 

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