Age: 4 yrs
Sex: Spayed Female
Kids: 12 years +
Dogs: Yes, submissive
Fenced Yard: No preference
Adoption Fee: $400
Courtney came to FBRN in early February when her family moved and they sadly surrendered her.
Unlike some of our fosters, who need quite a bit of rehab or treatment, in just a short few weeks, this sweet girl has made her way to the available page! Courtney is a young Frenchie full of personality. She loves cuddling in a cozy lap and playing with her toys. Her favorites include chewing on a firm bone and shredding stuffed toys!
Courtney is urinary incontinent and must remain on daily supplements. Her forever family should be prepared to handle occasional submissive / excitement urination. Otherwise, this gal is in great shape!
In her previous home, Courtney showed symptoms of food aggression. Due to this past behavior, she cannot be in a home with small children. She currently gets along with her Frenchie foster sibling, however, foster mom notes that she would do best in a home as a single or perhaps with one other dog. If there is a resident dog, slow introductions will be required to ensure safety of both dogs.
In her optimal forever home, Courtney would be able to have all the attention all the time. She's a love sponge with her people. Courtney would benefit from obedience training to help with her dominant behavior. While she would most likely do well in any home environment, she barks when she hears outdoor sounds, so busy apartments might not be the best fit. Because of her awareness of sounds and her lack of socialization, she would probably not be a great office dog, until she's had training, at least.
While Courtney’s foster mom has only had her for a few weeks, she has nothing but positives to say of this young lady! “She is in excellent physical condition, has good coloring, and is young. She is very good at hearing and acting like a watchdog. She is very loving and wants to be a lap dog. She lies on our bed and chills with us in the evening.”
If Courtney seems like a a good fit for your family, please submit an application and tell us all about yourself! Courtney is in the middle of the country and travel is limited at tthe momentt. Applicants should probably be able to drive.
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.
Courtney is urinary incontinent and must remain on daily Proin and Cran-Tri-C supplement. She sometimes has submissive/excitement urination.
Courtney had a history of food aggression prior to surrender. She must never be around small children and must be monitored during feeding if there is another dog in the home. She has exhibited dominant behavior and would benefit from obedience training. A slow intro is required if there are other dogs in the home.
I lost my sweet frenchie, Moose, a few days ago. I wanted to make a donation in her memory, and support this cute girl. Amelia Remeta
To offset some of Courtney’s possible vet bills, or maybe just to get her a little something! We’ll keep an eye on her progression and maybe she can join our two Frenchies here in Oklahoma City. Jon Brightbill
Hope this helps with Courtney's care. Murray Liddell
For sweet Courtney as she begins her new journey! Mckenzie Wallace
Dear Courtney - this isn’t much but I saw your face and couldn’t help myself! I hope you find the most amazing forever home! Jana Feanny
DC Youth Challenge Foundation
What a sad story, but beautiful puppy. I'm glad she ended up in the care of the FBRN, and I'm hoping that she finds a terrific forever home! Matt
Hello beautiful - A little something for you. Maybe a new toy? I've been looking for a Frenchie for a long time and hope that you are in my future! Lots of love and spoiling ready for you : ) I'll be keeping my eye on when you are up for adoption. XOX Beth Dorfman