Adopting a dog is an amazing and big decision that can change yours (and a dog's) life. Dogs make wonderful companions and are known to be man's best friends. Sadly, they are too often abandoned by owners who lack commitment. If you’re thinking about adopting a furry friend, then you might want to consider the following six factors before you introduce a pup to their furever home.
As pawrents, there are few things we value above the love of our pups, and we want to give these amazing creatures the best lives we can.
And at Furbo, our mission is to keep all dogs around the world safe and happy. So we’re very excited to partner with the Anti-Cruelty Society, an organization that works to provide vital help for pets, including rehoming. Every month, proceeds from subscriptions to our Furbo Dog Nanny service go toward giving shelter dogs room and board, vaccinations, vet visits, spay/neuter services & microchips.
Our goal is to re-home 1001 happy pups by the end of the year, and we’re making progress every month. We’re excited to introduce you to this month’s featured pup, Bryzzo!
Bryzzo is an energetic 2-year-old waiting for his forever family to find him. He is a BIG fan of squeaky toys! If there are more than one in the room, he runs back and forth to find his favorite. He’s a trainable pup, and is a rock star at sitting on command - he’s proud to demonstrate!
Bryzzo initially came to The Anti-Cruelty Society in May of this year, when he was surrendered due to his large size. He was formerly adopted, then relinquished again when his owner found him to be too active. This sweet boy is looking for his true home for the third time around.
Because of Bryzzo’s active nature, he needs a family that lives a very active lifestyle and will take many walks (and jogs!) with him. A big yard for him to run around and stretch his legs would be ideal for this handsome boy! He's super friendly with all ages, but he would do best in a home without any young children or other animals.
If you think Bryzzo might be the dog for you, check out his adoption page below, or share this article with friends to help him find his home: