Cooper is ready to find the perfect forever home! Cooper is an adorable puppy who loves other dogs, children, and everyone that he meets. During his time in foster care, he has grown from a tiny 5 pound mini Cooper into a super dooper king sized Cooper at 31 pounds, and he is still growing!
Cooper is a very playful energetic young guy who loves to spend his days playing fetch, wrasslin’ with the other dogs in his foster home, chewing on Nylabones, and cuddling on the couch. If he is not playing, he can often be found sun bathing in the backyard or sleeping in a puppy pile with the other pups in his foster home. Cooper has never met a person he didn’t immediately love and he adores children! His foster mom’s young nephews always ask to come see “the sweet little guy” for puppy playdates where there are many Frenchie kisses given.
Cooper is a very healthy puppy and does not have any major health issues. He currently eats a low fat limited ingredient diet that his new family will need to keep him on. He also takes a daily pro-biotic in his food to help maintain good digestion. He has had a few minor skin irritations in foster care, very common among puppies, which have cleared up with topical ointments and antibiotics.
Cooper is doggie door trained and currently mastering basic commands. He already knows sit, come, and drop! Cooper is very smart and athletic and would really benefit from continued obedience training. His foster family is currently working on his leash training and his forever family should commit to continuing this training as well.
The perfect home for Cooper is one that has a securely fenced yard. He would do fine in a house or an apartment as long as he has access to a securely fenced area. While Cooper is crate trained and potty trained, he needs to have easy access to the outdoors to maintain this training. He is a puppy and his new family should anticipate that he will have some accidents while he learns the routine in a new home. Cooper also needs a lot of exercise so access to a yard throughout the day for playing fetch is ideal.
Cooper would enjoy life with a family that includes dog savvy children, but he’s a big boy who might knock over very young children with his antics! His new family should have previous bulldog experience as Cooper is a typical Frenchie puppy who needs strong leadership from his people. Since Cooper loves playing with other dogs, his new family should have another similar sized dog for him to play with. Cooper does not know very much about kitties and has not expressed interest in meeting the ones he has briefly been exposed to.
Cooper does not like to be left alone in his crate, and if he can’t see the other dogs or his people, he will howl. Cooper’s new family should work from home or include a family member who can be home with him most of the day. Cooper can be crated for up to four hours without having an accident in his crate if his people must be away from home.
We think Cooper would be able to accompany his person to the office after he’s mastered additional obedience training. Cooper is too large to fly in a plane. He does well in car rides although he has not gone for rides longer than 45 minutes so far.
Cooper’s foster family has this to share about him, “Cooper is the sweetest puppy. He will cover you in kisses every morning, sit on your feet while you work at your desk, run around your yard like it’s a race course, and cuddle with you on the couch while you watch Netflix. He really is a perfect dog and we will miss him! Cooper has a lot of puppy energy so during the day he goes back and forth from playing hard and taking naps. Since he is a puppy, he needs to be watched so that he doesn’t get too mischievous. He adores children and loves playing with the other dogs in our home. He is very expressive and makes the most adorable faces. He also likes to talk to the other dogs in our house and has been known to get a chorus of Woo-Woos going. Cooper brings joy to everyone he meets and we think the feeling is mutual. He has never met someone he didn’t love at first sight. Cooper will make someone a wonderful family pet.”
If you would like to adopt Cooper, get ready to travel to sunny southern California. FBRN does not ship dogs as cargo and adopters are expected to pick up their dogs from their foster family.
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.