TEXTTwo-and-a-half-year-old Django was not getting along with his English bulldog big sister, and despite all efforts, one of them had to go. Though his family were sad to look for other options for him, FBRN was glad to open a foster home for him.
So far, his foster human has found that Django is a sweet guy who doesn’t like to be left alone, and he is on medication to help with this. He also has a bit of a problem with marking what he thinks are his--so far, the bedding in his crate has had a sprinkle, but they’ll see how he does with his belly bands.
What we also know is that he loves kids and has good manners--he didn’t jump up on his foster carer, but waited patiently to be greeted. His foster family includes two dogs, and based on his history of conflict with his former canine sibling, they are taking it very slowly with the introductions. He has already met the cat, and was gentle and well-mannered, which will be very good news for potential applicants with kitties in the house!
Django is young and his health seems to be good, but if you would like to contribute to help out with his costs of living, click on his picture to donate! Thank you!