Adorable little girl Rory is ready to fly the coop and land in her forever home! If you are looking for a Frenchie who loves to play and be around other pups, then keep reading, Rory could be the girl for you!
Rory has been raised in foster care with other puppies and dogs much larger than her and she LOVES to wrestle and play with other dogs. Her foster family describes her as being a typical rambunctious frenchie puppy. She loves to run and jump and play all day long. When she sneaks up on another pup she loves to nibble on their tail and then scoot away real quick. If none of the other pups are interested in playing she can get a little sneaky and start stealing tennis shoes.
Rory’s favorite things to do are play tug outside with her foster brothers, chew on bones, and get her zoomies on in the yard. Even though Rory loves to play, she knows when it’s time to settle down. She is a very good girl and will grab her favorite bone and settle into a bed for a long chewing session, or just cuddle up next to her foster brothers on the couch. Rory is still a puppy and working on her house training. She will sometimes have accidents inside the house when she is playing and forgets to walk to the door to signal she needs to go out.
The perfect family for Rory will be one that wants to play with her. She is still an energetic puppy and playtime is everything to her. It would be wonderful if her new home has other playful dogs as she loves to play with other pups. She can live with first time Frenchie owners since she is a very easy going girl. The perfect home for Rory will have a securely fenced yard for her play in. She LOVES going outside in the yard and is still working on her house training. Rory’s new family can work outside of the home as she is used to being left alone for 6 hours while her foster family is at work. Rory might be a bit too active to go to the office with her new owners.
Rory’s foster family has this to share about her, “I have never been more attached to a foster and it will bring me so much joy to see her go to a new loving family. She’s been through so much in such a short period of time from overcoming juvenile seizures, dealing with the after effects this had on her basic mobility functions, and getting a late start in general functions, running, and playing. To then overcoming and surviving parvo at 5 months old. And then coming home without her sister. She deserves nothing but the best and to be spoiled the rest of her life. To anyone that wants a big dog in a tiny body Rory is your girl. She’s grown up with Malinois and Shepherds and has no fear of anything in life. She is confident, rambunctious, and always makes me laugh.”
If you would like to adopt Rory, pack your bags and be prepared to travel to Northeast Texas. Rory does very well on car trips and is small enough to travel in cabin during air travel. FBRN does not ship dogs as cargo, so 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.