Age: 6 months
Weight: 18 lbs
Fenced Yard: preferred
Adoption Fee: $700
Puppy alert! Puppy alert!
Little Finn is six months old and oh, with a face like that, how much more do you need to know?
There’s not much to tell, actually. This guy is laid-back and doesn’t ask for too much. He loves pet-savvy kids and other dogs, and lives peacefully with a cat. He’s a typical puppy who needs guidance and gets into a normal level of puppy mischief, but he’s house and crate trained, and for the most part he would rather be a good boy.
Finn has what could possibly be a slightly cleft lip or it could just be an elongated nostril--his vet couldn't decide. However, there is no sign of a cleft palate.
Finn’s ideal day includes some sunbathing, emptying his toy basket, and hanging out with his people. Because of his age, he should go to a Frenchie-experienced home willing to continue his training. Tell us about your history with Frenchies and/or training a young dog in your application. Preferably, he would have a fenced yard for exercise. Otherwise, he is easygoing and could stay home when his humans go to work, or he could go to the office (though he is distractingly adorable!).
Finn has won the hearts of his foster family, who has nothing but good things to say about him.
“Finn is the sweetest, most relaxed puppy ever! He loves to play with toys, especially tiny toys that he can easily carry. Finn goes with the flow, whether it be having a lazy day, or a day full of adventures. He enjoys being right alongside someone in any activity. He loves to play with other dogs, and do laps around the house and yard. Finn is a little curious about cats, but is learning more about them everyday. At the end of a long fun-filled day, he loves to snuggle up right next to someone. Finn falls asleep quickly, and will snore louder than any dog or human you have ever met!”
We expect that there will be a great many applications for young Finn. Adopters should be prepared to travel to Florida to pick him up.
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.
FBRN does not ship dogs as cargo, so adopters are expected to pick up their dogs from their foster family.
I'm interested in Finn. That's the name of the french bulldog that I loved who just passed away. JANICE DORSEY
For Finn from Luna Blue and Uni in the Keys
Good luck to Finn! Megan Romano
Finn, you are absolutely beautiful!! Kristy Estrada
Hey, Sweetface! We can't wait until you are adoptable. We will cuddle and love all day! Until then, grab yourself a snuggly toy to keep you busy. Hey, MiaLouise LLC
Finn hope you get to be our furever rescue. Hugs sweet boy. William Inman
FINN YOU’RE SO ADORABLE! i check your page a million times a day, I really hope to adopt you! Amanda Lawrence
Finn, I’ve never fallen so in love with a bio and picture in my life! Sarah Seehafer
We will take him! John r Frick
Oh, Finn, how could I not want to sponsor that adorable face? Morgan Withrow
Good Luck Bevidere (& Finn)! What an adorable pair. Kimberly
Sydney Rowland. Can’t wait to watch Finn on his journey! Joseph Rowland
Hi Finn! You have stolen my heart little man! I know it is not much but hopefully it will help get you a new nylabone. I hope to be able to apply for you maybe! My Siamese Finnegan says hello :)! Kitrina Nederostek