AGE: 9 years
SEX: Neutered male
WEIGHT: 25 lbs.
DOGS: Yes, see bio
FENCED YARD: Required
ADOPTION FEE: $400
This Grian may not know much about Minecraft but she certainly knows how to be adorable! FBRN’s Grian found herself in foster care when her former family could no longer financially support her needs. We’re happy to announce that Grian is now available for adoption so get your typing fingers ready to fill out an application!
If you can believe it, this sweet senior is a healthy Frenchie! She does, however, come with a little dominant streak. Grian prefers the company of more low-key, submissive dogs and she doesn’t like to share. As always, slow and cautious introductions are required when there are resident dogs. Grian must be fed separately from any resident dogs (in another room or crate). Toy time must be carefully monitored because she sometimes thinks, what is yours is hers and what is hers is hers! Grian must never be around small children since this isn’t a safe combination for either Grian or the kiddos.
If any resident dogs are having too much rambunctious fun or being too loud, according to Grian's standards, she'll probably invoke her inner older neighbor and yell "get off my lawn!" But cats seem to get a free pass as she has paid them no mind while in her foster home. Where are our cat owners at?
Some of Grian's favorite activities, aside from being the "fun police," are laying on the couch with her family and walking around outside and exploring. A home with a secure fence is required as she has a history of escaping her previous home and exploring a little farther than she should. Who's to say she's just an old fuddy duddy who doesn't like to have some fun on her own terms?
Because she is not 100% reliable with house training (she is a senior lady remember), she will definitely need a midday break if left home alone. Grian would probably make a great office mate if you have been called back to the office.
Grian's foster mom wants you to know "She's cute and sweet and also has a fierce little lady side. She loves walks around the farm feeding the horses and cows and is a fantastic little shadow doing chores."
If after reading all about Grian you feel the need to add her to your family, let us know how you have managed a strong-willed, at-times-feisty Frenchie in the past and your application will be prioritized. Since travel restrictions are loosening around the country, prepare to come to Georgia to pick up this little peach. Grian will be waiting on the farm! 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 do not 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.
Grian is a resource guarder so must never be around small children. She must be monitored during feeding and when toys are present. A slow intro is required if there are other dogs in the home.
Grian is housebroken, but has occasional accidents in the house.
Will be watching for you on the available page! Kayla Moore