Age: 10 months
Weight: 36 lbs
Fenced yard: Preferred
Adoption Fee: $700
Nacho will have excitement urination and should remain on his current Farmina diet.
The energetic Nacho has made his way to the available page. This young man was surrendered to FBRN when his previous owner thought he was too hyper, destroyed things in his apartment, and said he had separation anxiety and would try to bite his daughter. FBRN took this boy in and found that he was a very loving, smart, young dog, very puppyish and lively.
The good news is Nacho is a ball of energy. Much of this can be attributed to his young age, but there seems to be a bit more there than that. His mental capacity gives him the escape talents of a ninja; he has learned how to escape out of various items and can even open his crate. In order to get some of that excess energy worked out, his foster family gives him lots of time walking in the outdoors and playtime with some of his foster fur siblings. Give him a stick or an antler and he will be in heaven. Nacho loves going for drives and does well in the car.
Nacho would thrive in a house that has a fenced yard, but no Frenchie should be left unattended--dozens of Frenchies across the country are stolen from homes and yards every week. Nacho would do great with singles, couples, or a family with children. He has been around children 3+ and does well with them. Ultimately what Nacho really needs is just someone who will spend time with him, walking him and playing with him to get his energy out. Nacho would be all right if his human worked all day but we would hope that they would have the ability to come home during the day and let him out to get rid of some of his pent up energy, or take him to doggy day care to play a few times a week. He wouldn't mind if he had a dog sitter or a dog walker to come exercise him. Nacho would be able to adjust going to an office with someone, however it would take time for him to get his excitement out being in a new place. He would definitely enjoy being in the company of his owner at an office rather than waiting at home.
Nacho's foster home had this to say about him: "Nacho is a true sweetheart. His previous owner made him sound like he was going to be a tough dog to handle, but shortly after picking him up and spending a little time with him we saw he was a big mush that just wants love and attention. Nacho might be one of the smartest dogs we've met, and that means you'll need to keep an extra eye on him, but it really blew us away with some things he figured out (Amazing!). Overall Nacho is a very loving, handsome, happy-go-lucky pup!"
If you're missing the energy and excitement that a young little guy can bring to your life, then look no further than Nacho. All he asks is that you have the time and energy to have fun with him and love him. All you need to do is fill out an application and be ready to pick him up if you are selected. At 36 pounds, he is an enormous Frenchie and he cannot fit under an airline seat. Adopters must drive him home.
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.
Nacho, I believe in you! Michael Floyd
Nacho, we believe in you boy! Free yourself of anxiety. Pug smooches, Midas & his mommy
Nacho - hope this helps you get a little treat for being such a good boy! Keep up the good work xx Marissa Stierli