As a non-shedding guy, Beau will also require a commitment to periodic grooming and great nutrition to keep his coat healthy, super-soft and matt-free.
Beau is 6 - 6.5 years old and 16 lbs... such a perfect age and size. He is old enough to have left his babyish behaviors behind and young enough to have many active (Beau will love hiking!) as well as mellow years ahead loving his family. Beau is the greatest size to be able to accompany his people everywhere a small..and SO sweet guy is welcome.
We feel that Beau's forever family should have the motivation to continue his socialization and offer him the gift of positive reinforcement group obedience training classes. Through these clear boundaries and leadership by his humans, Beau will emerge as a well-adjusted and very bonded companion. He's so beautiful both inside and out and deserves a family that appreciates his gifts and is willing to show him boundaries through love and time spent.
We are searching for an active and very loving family for Beau...either retirees or families with older, gentle and dog-loving kids. Another mellow but fun doggie playmate and a fenced yard would be great for Beau. He (like all dogs) is happier and therefore more well-behaved if he's given enough exercise and fun... followed by snuggling with his favorite people. It would be a family who spend lots of time at home (or chooses to take a sweet dog with them to dog-friendly situations) that would provide a great forever home for Beau. He would enjoy the time spent together and would blossom with a family that considers their dog a valued member of their family.
Beau will arrive on transport in Boulder on Friday 6/30/17. Applications are currently being accepted for this extremely sweet and devoted best friend (and amazing lap dog) and can be found at http://farfelsrescue.com/adoption/. If interested, please fill out and return to email@example.com or fax to 303-443-7730.
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