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Moet
Location: SE Florida
Age: 7
Sex: Spayed Female
Weight: 26 lbs
Kids: 8+, dog savvy
Cats: Unknown
Dogs: Yes
Fenced Yard: No preference
Adoption Fee: $250
“Moet is a very loving companion Frenchie! She loves to be with her people and Moet is happiest when she is by your side getting love and attention. She is a very easy dog to have around and will bring her new home lots of happiness and unconditional love!”

Sweet Moet has popped the cork and is now ready to find her forever family! At seven years of age, Moet made her way to FBRN when her owner passed away and she was surrendered to find her new family. Moet has an effervescent personality and no doubt will bubble her way into your heart.

Moet does have a few creaks and squeaks to her joints as she has been diagnosed with hip dysplasia, but she really doesn’t complain. She is dedicated to taking her medications for long term health and knows they will help keep the joints in working condition for as long as possible. Beyond that, Moet is a happy, healthy girl!

She is also a charmer with lots of love to give. Moet is always happy to see you and loves to vocalize her excitement with barks and squeals. Who can blame her, don’t we all? When she’s not excitedly wearing herself out with her humans, Moet lives life on the relaxed side. Give her a cozy bed or a good snuggle on the couch and she’s pleased as punch. She likes a good walk as much as the next guy, but doesn’t need long ones to get her exercise. A good romp with a toy to fetch is one of her favorite pastimes.

Moet is great with children, but will be looking for a home with older, dog savvy kiddos just so her hips are protected as much as possible. The accidental drop or bump against the wall could be detrimental to her joints. She can be a bit reactive to other dogs in the beginning and has been known to protect her toys and space a time or two, but would do well with another furr sibling as long as she is corrected for misbehavior. She is housebroken and knows a few basic commands, as well.

While Moet’s temperament and preferences would allow her to adjust to most home environments, one with little or no stairs will be preferred since she is not very agile. Since she really does love her human company, Moet will do best with someone home often to keep her company. She also would fit right in at the office, if allowed, but she will make her presence known just in case someone forgets to give her a rubdown or handshake.

Here is what Moet’s foster mom has to say: “Moet is a very loving companion Frenchie! She loves to be with her people and Moet is happiest when she is by your side getting love and attention. She is a very easy dog to have around and will bring her new home lots of happiness and unconditional love!”

If you think Moet is the bubble to your champagne, let us know in your application and be ready for a trip to Florida to pick-up this sparkly, snuggler as she will not be shipped.

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 our dogs. Adopters are expected to pick up their dogs from their foster family.

 

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Sponsors

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Ashley Snyder

Jenna Carducci

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Heather Snyder

Moet, you're not plump! You're full of love! My girlie at home is full of love, too. Dawn Whelan

Rachelle Arkin

Oh, I am in love!!! Such a cutie pie! Hilary Halford