We’re excited to welcome Hermes to the available page! Hermes and his bonded sister Athena came to FBRN when their family was no longer able to provide for them.
Personality-wise, Hermes and his sister are very playful and extremely loving. Being young, Hermes can be quite a busy boy whether in the yard or the house. He enjoys his toys, especially strong chew toys and safe stuffies. Hermes and Athena love to go for walks and want to be greeted and pet by everyone they meet. They also enjoy meeting other dogs and like to play. True to being a Frenchie, Hermes really enjoys his humans and will gladly snuggle with them on the couch.
Health-wise, Hermes is in great shape with no known allergies or physical problems. It was thought he might have allergies upon arrival at FBRN, but they have not manifested. Hermes is housebroken and travels well. He and Athena just sit in their car seats and stare out the window. While Hermes might like an office setting, getting work done might be an issue because he would want to play or snuggle all day. In foster, Hermes and Athena have open crates where they can go for quiet time and they feel very comfortable. Hermes and Athena need a fenced yard for play time with all that young dog energy.
Hermes and Athena would do well in any home where they are loved. If no one is home during day, someone would need to come home mid-day to give them a potty break and some play time. Being young and busy as they are, having a family with folks in and out all day would be ideal. A couple with someone working from home would also work very well since there would always be someone to play or sit with.
Thoughts from Hermes’ foster Mom, “Hermes and his sister Athena, the two mischiefs, are a wonderful, bonded pair. They rambunctiously play well together, wash each other and snuggle up.”
Some of the best things come in pairs (Twix bars, shoes, glasses) so if this pair of Frenchies has caught your eye, submit your application for both. They absolutely love car rides so distance won’t be a factor.
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 do not 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.