Sex: spayed female
Weight: 25 lbs
Kids: yes, over 5
Fenced Yard: no preference
Adoption Fee: $350
Have you met Dottie? Dottie is delighted to meet you! Every single one of you! This high-energy gal is ready with kisses and wiggles, and she’s ready to have a ball. And bring it to you. You want a ball? OK, now throw it! She's a very rare Fetchin' Frenchie!
Dottie would love to belong to an active family with kids older than 5 -- she jumps up on people, which might topple anyone younger. She loves long walks, playing with toys, and most importantly, hanging out with her favorite people! She may be too restless to work in an office, but Dottie can be left home alone during the day (a mid-day potty break would be nice, but isn’t a must-have).
Dottie does have a few health concerns to take into account. She suffers from anxiety and takes medication as needed. She has a history of ear infections, and must be monitored for recurrence and kept on a special diet and supplements. A medicated shampoo also helps with her skin. A little TLC goes a long way, though, and will be rewarded with buckets of love. Just ask her foster family!
“Dottie is such a sweet girl. She’s so affectionate and just can’t wait to greet you with kisses and hugs. I love the way she rolls over on her back as if she wants a belly rub and then just proceeds to nibble at my fingers and roll around on her back kicking her front and back paws at me, and grunting. She has some funny quirks like not being scared of the vet or to go out on the rain. She’s just a happy dog all around, and just loves every minute of life. I’ll miss seeing her little wiggly body every day when I come home from work.”
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.
FBRN does not ship dogs as cargo, so adopters are expected to pick up their dogs from their foster family. In rare or unusual cases, FBRN may be able to assist in transporting a dog to a volunteer near the adopter's home, but the expense of transporting the dog must be the responsibility of the adopting party.
Dottie suffers from anxiety and takes trazodone as needed--her family finds it useful for when Dottie is crated. She has a history of ear infections, and your vet can tell you what to look for as you keep an eye out for a recurrence. She should remain on her current diet and pet supplements. Foster mom will explain those when you talk.
Dottie we hope this will get you a nice squeaky Christmas gift. Love, Moose the Frenchie.
Hope this will get you some treats and toys. From Lola (formerly grad Gertie).
Please buy some treats for Dottie! Let us know how and when we can apply to adopt her! John V. Vanover
Cute little girl. david guy
Here’s a little something for Dottie. She sure is a cutie!! Hope this buys you a toy or two. Happy holidays! Love, The Adley’s in SoCal
A toy for Dottie! Nicole Snelten
Hoping you like kitty cats and a nice doodle dog to play with. Sandy T
Hi precious Dottie! We hope this gift provides you a nice bag-o-treats..if we get the chance to become your forever home you would get spoiled like this daily!! Kerri Ernewein
Dottie you sound like a sweet girl and you are adorable. I hope this little bit of money helps you. I will be watching for you to be available so that you can be my baby. Evelyn Spillane