Beautiful, brindle Sabine was saved from the streets by a Good Samaritan and the veterinarian who reached out to surrender her to FBRN. While we don’t know anything of her history, we know that her personality has blossomed after realizing she was in a safe, supportive environment in her foster home.
Sabine is a healthy Frenchie with no known allergies. She doesn’t require a special diet. She has no physical limitations. She’s never met anyone, human or animal, that she didn’t like. Overall, she’s an amazing lady who would be a great addition to almost any home! Sabine is house broken and crate trained. However, she doesn’t love her crate and may bark before settling in. She’d alsok really like to know why the cat is not in a crate! While in foster care, Sabine has had occasional accidents when crated. Her forever family should be patient and understand that it could take a little time for Sabine to get into a new routine in a new environment.
Sabine is very active for a 6-year-old Frenchie! She wants to be doing something all the time, not just taking naps on the couch all day. She loves her human foster family, both adults and kids, and she loves playing with her four-legged foster brothers, large and small. Sabine loves most toys, but her favorites are balls that she can hold between her paws. Sabine is an easy going girl who doesn’t mind letting her foster fur brothers be in charge, but she has a mind of her own and tends to do what she wants when she wants. This girl is certainly no wallflower!
Sabine would thrive in a house with a large, fenced yard for exploring, playing, and sun-bathing. Sabine needs to be busy, so an active family would be ideal. A forever fur brother or sister would be great for play time! Most importantly, a forever family who will teach Sabine to channel all that energy into positive activities would make life a joy! While it would be fabulous to have someone who can stay home with Sabine all day, it is not necessary. A mid-day potty break would be A-Okay! We also think Sabine would enjoy accompanying her person to work if that were an option.
Here are a few things her foster mom wants everyone to know, “Sabine is a very sweet and loving dog. She just wants everyone to love her. I don’t think she truly ever had a chance to be a puppy so she has things to learn but is willing to try. She has so much energy but can also relax and play. She would be a great addition for someone willing to give her a chance to be a house dog.”
If you think Sabine is the girl for you and your active family, then please submit an application and tell us all about it! In the meantime, she’s soaking up the sun in her foster home and flashing that gorgeous snaggle-tooth grin!
FBRN does not ship dogs as cargo, so adopters are expected to pick up their dogs from their foster family. Sabine would love to have you fill out an application and perhaps get to pick her up and take her to her forever home. Sabine travels well, so distance isn’t a problem for her.
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.