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Bedivere
Location: Central Florida
Age: 2.5yrs
Sex: Male
Weight: 28 lbs.
Kids: No
Cats: Yes
Dogs: Yes
Fenced Yard: Preferred
Adoption Fee: $550
"Bedivere is a very sweet boy. It takes a while for him to warm up to new people (he just started wanting belly rubs and he has been with me almost four months).
I don't think he has a mean bone in his whole body and when he is unsure of something he looks to me for guidance. Bedivere has free rein of the house and can nap anywhere he chooses, I will be looking for someone that will allow the same, sleeping with them etc."

The amazingly, adorable brindle Bedivere has made his way onto the available page. This almost three-year-old cutie came to FBRN when he was lovingly, tearfully surrendered, with all his favorite toys, due to time constraints his previous family faced. His owners wanted what was best for him and for him to go the best home possible.

Bedivere is a happy-go-lucky guy who enjoys spending his time outside and being with his people. Bedivere gets excited about going for car rides. He does alright in the car for shorter trips, but he can get restless if the trip is over an hour. He is housebroken and crate trained. He enjoys doing zoomies in his foster mom's backyard, and he loves chasing lizards. He is just as happy coming inside to play with his canine brothers, but knows that when they need some alone time he can curl up and nap in his favorite chair. He loves toys and doesn't have a favorite; he isn't picky about them. Bedivere hasn't had the experience of human children. It is unknown how he would handle being around them. He doesn't mind dogs that are the same size as he is, and he's the uncommon Frenchie who gets along with cats. Big dogs are fine if they are laid back and not vocal.

He doesn't have any allergies or need a special diet. Bedivere also doesn't have any behavioral issues and isn't a resource guarder. He does have a digestive disorder and issues with his airway. He should still be monitored for changes in his breathing due to his brachycephalic airway syndrome. When it comes to his digestive disorder, Bedivere is a gentleman. He understands that his parents don't want to have to clean up his burps and urps. He should never be scolded for the condition, as he can't help it and already feels bad when it happens. 

Bedivere would do best in a house with a fenced yard. For the first year or so of his life, Bedivere went to doggie daycare daily. He has found his place being with people and it is best for him if someone can work from home to be with him all day. Bedivere is the type of guy that could adjust to going into the office for a bit with his human. He doesn't like loud noises and he gets anxious / nervous when things are loud, so this type of office would not be best for him. If his foster mom has to leave, he can be left out to snooze in his chair. He has never made a mess or gotten into anything that he wasn't supposed to. 

Bedivere's foster mom had this to say about him: "Bedivere is a very sweet boy. It takes a while for him to warm up to new people (he just started wanting belly rubs and he has been with me almost four months). I don't think he has a mean bone in his whole body and when he is unsure of something he looks to me for guidance. Bedivere has free rein of the house and can nap anywhere he chooses, I will be looking for someone that will allow the same, sleeping with them etc."

If you're looking for an adorable male companion who likes car rides, lizard hunting, and sticks to your side like Velcro; then look no further than Bedivere. All that you need to do is fill out an application and be ready to pick him up if you are selected.

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.

ABOUT BEDIVERE
Bedivere had surgery to fix his palate and make it easier for him to breathe. He has BAS (Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome). We recommend that you talk to your vet about it. It means that, like all smooshy-faced dogs, his activity must be monitored, especially in the heat. He can't play too hard or too long, and walks should not be done in the sun or heat of the day.

Bedivere takes a famotidine tablet every day to help manage his regurgitation problems. Talk to your vet about the costs of famotidine.

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Good Luck Bedivere (& Finn)! What an adorable pair. Kimberly

Jennifer Scheitlin

We hope you and your brother remain happy! We can’t wait for you to become available xoxox Christina Generoso

Hope this helps toy and your lil brother! Can't wait for you to be available! We have 2 anxious frenchies ready for a brother! scott hess