I am confused… it says you live in OH, but asking for FL?
Where did you get Sid from? What is his story, how old, etc?
I have contacted Debbi with BRAT so they'll be in touch.
Sid is actually going to be 11 at the end of this year I believe. You wouldn't be able to tell though, he is healthy as a darn ox! He is agile just like a fox and outruns nearly everything he comes in contact with when it comes to the chasing game. Yes, I am from OH and I joined the forum when I lived there but recently moved to FL. I got Sid from a Vet in Toledo, he was going to be put to sleep for aggression towards both other dogs and apparently humans. However we were never told this upon adoption. He bit both me and my ex when we first got him but both times the situation could have been avoided. He was scared and did not know either of us and we grabbed at him in an aggressive manner…that can scare any dog, especially a rescue. I would never consider Sid to be an aggressive dog, he is more timid than anything and I have never seen him show any kind of aggression towards anyone else. He was just recently with my nieces and they are 3 year old twins. Loud and obnoxious and hanging all over him. He just stands there and takes it, never growls or anything.
The reason I wish to rehome him is because my ex and I are no longer together and Sid no longer has a play friend (the french bulldog). I wish very much to have another dog for him, but I barely have enough time for him let alone another dog. Sid isn't the most overly affectionate dog, as I don't think the breed is in the first place. He does however enjoy attention. I think he prefers female owners, I guess he was really attached to him previous owner. He does like me, but as I said I feel bad for him and think he is depressed because I work 60 hours a and he has no friends.
Sid has no health problems and he is on a regular diet with Innova.
Sid actually came from the Rugosa Basenji gang, his previous owners name was Vickie Perrine from Curtis, OH.