Hold on to your hats, Sarge is up for adoption! Sarge came to FBRN earlier this year when his previous owner fell into hardship and could no longer give him the time he deserves.
Sarge is a very sweet young boy with lots of energy. He enjoys going for walks and playing in the yard. He gets along great with his foster fur-siblings, a lab mix and Frenchie. Foster mom is working on potty and obedience training, particularly not jumping up on humans! Sarge spends time chasing balls, chewing bones, and most importantly napping.
In terms of his health, Sarge is in great shape! He has allergies and takes Apoquel daily which will need to continue after adoption. He has a little trouble with his hind legs, though the vet says it’s not a neurological issue. It is something that potential adopters should be aware of and keep an eye on going forward.
Sarge is truly the sweetest boy and any family would be lucky to have him! The perfect home for Sarge would be active with people who can spend time walking and playing each day. A family that is home most of the day would be a great fit. Sarge would also do well in an office setting. While having another dog in the home would be great, Sarge would also do fine as a single pet. A fenced in yard is required since Sarge has a tendency to dart out the door when it’s opened.
Sarge’s foster mom has this to say,”Sarge is a special guy. He’s playful, loving, and absolutely adorable. He gets along great with my girls and everyone that has met him has fallen in love. He’s young and healthy and needs a home where he will have attention, structure, and activity. He is so easygoing – travels well in the car, loves meeting new people, and plays well by himself or with my girls. He is an exceptionally great snuggler. The family that adopts him will be so lucky to have this amazing little guy in their lives.”
If you think your family is the perfect fit for Sarge, please submit your application! Sarge has a long happy life ahead of him and deserves the perfect family to call his own!
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.