available frenchie

Wren

Wren

Female, Pied 4 y/o, No known health issues.

Wren

Wren

Female, Pied 4 y/o, No known health issues.

Wren

Wren

Female, Pied 4 y/o, No known health issues.

Wren

Wren

Female, Pied 4 y/o, No known health issues.

Wren

Wren

Female, Pied 4 y/o, No known health issues.

Wren

Wren

Female, Pied 4 y/o, No known health issues.

Wren

Wren

Female, Pied 4 y/o, No known health issues.

Wren

Wren

Female, Pied 4 y/o, No known health issues.

Wren

Wren

Female, Pied 4 y/o, No known health issues.

Wren

Wren

Female, Pied 4 y/o, No known health issues.

Wren

  Age: 4 years old

  Breed: French Bulldog 

  Sex: Female Pied

  Weight:   30 lbs

  Kids: Experienced older children or no            children

  Cats: no

  Dogs: Yes

  Yard: Yes

  Location: Georgia

 

About:  

Hello Everyone!

Wren is a gorgeous, sweet girl who wants nothing more than to be the queen of her household.  She craves attention and wants to play all day.  Once she warms up to you, she will do everything she can to just melt your heart.  She definitely needs a home where she will be the center of attention a majority of the time.  The more attention she gets, the less anxious she is.  Foster mom hasn’t noticed much “resource guarding” at all.  She truly is a wonderful Frenchie and if placed in the right home, she will be a wonderful, goofy companion for someone.

 

She likes and dislikes.

LIKES:

  • She loves to eat and loves her treats.  She knows how to sit and lie down and can “stay” for a few seconds.

  • She loves to fetch but likes to tease you into chasing after her to grab whatever it is you had her fetch.  She likes to make you follow her around and around and around while she carries her toy.  Its super cute.

  • She loves balls.  OMG – she can chase a ball around the yard until she passes out.  It’s hysterical!

  • She loves to sleep in bed with her people.  She will sleep on her own bed on the floor sometimes as well.

  • She loves to go for walks but she has terrible manners on a leash.

  • She loves lying outside in the sun.

  • She loves to chase squirrels and chipmunks. (Not sure if that should go under dislikes…)

  • She loves to lounge on the couch and watch a good movie with her people.

  • She loves to be petted all over, especially her belly, but don’t spend too much time on her ears!

  • She doesn’t really love a bath but she tolerates it well and then gets the zoomies afterwards.

  • She loves riding in the car.  We had a routine every morning where she would go with me when I dropped my kids off at school.  She knew when it was time to go and she would run into the garage and wait by the car door for me to open it.  She would want to sit in the lap of whoever had the passenger seat.  Once my kid had exited the car though, she would go nutty barking at the other kids walking by.  I had to make sure the windows were locked so she couldn’t roll it down and jump out. 

 

DISLIKES

  • She wants to murder all other pets that are not of the canine species.  Foster family has  2 cats that hate her equally.  The daughter also has a bearded dragon and parakeet in her room.  When the bird chirps or the lizard moves, Wren goes bonkers. 

  • She does get along with other dogs though.  I have introduced her to 2 older dogs which she basically ignored because they wouldn’t play with her.

  • She hates the vacuum with a passion.

  • She doesn’t like to have her nails trimmed.

  • She goes nutty when she sees people outside the window – she will bark and pace until they are gone.

  • She doesn’t like commotion, strangers in the house and loud kids.

    • Foster family has a 13 year old boy and 18 year old girl that she loves dearly.  She was a bit nippy with my son initially but he learned how to read her and now he is her favorite playmate.  When the kids have had their friends come over though, she gets very aggressive so we have to keep her away.  So, I think she needs to be in a home with either very mature kids or no kids at all.  She does not handle company well in general.  When someone new does come around, she gets very anxious and will charge at them initially.  When foster mom knows that someone is coming over, Guests are given treats, and Wren is put on a leash and then when the person comes into the house, Wren is given the command to “sit” and the guests give her a treat.  After a couple of treats, Wren is taken her off leash and she’s fine.  It also helps if they throw a toy for her to chase as a distraction. 

    • Instructing new poeple to be calm will be a big plus with introductions.

 

If you can spare a bit for Wren, please

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during her stay at the

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Wren

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