FRANKIE – 33916
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FRANKIE – 33916
Intake Date : 7/09/18 Intake Type: Stray
Medical Behavior: Green Age: 14 years Sex: Male
Weight: 30.8 lbs
A Little Bit About Me…
A volunteer writes: Having had a Boston Terrier “roommate”, I can testify it is with good reason he is called “the American Gentleman”. Mine was a cool, reasonable alpha who ran the household with efficiency. So it was with swooning and unbiased delight when I saw a staffer walking Frankie. “Is…is that a Boston…that’s available?” Yes. Oh, goodness. First dog of my shift, first of my heart. Frankie gave me an inquiring look, as if asking, “are we busting outta here?” Yes, my tuxedoed friend, let’s go to the yard. Frankie seemed housetrained, calm, quiet. A bit cloudy-eyed, but at about 14, not surprising. He was actually just content to sit peacefully at my feet, after a quick assessment of the perimeter. No toys. No treats, just a human to hang with, and that was all Frankie wanted. Then he started to stretch and roll around in the grass, enjoying a beautiful summer morning with an unabashed admirer. I promise you, I’d still be sitting in the yard, basking in this chap’s glorious Boston-ness if I didn’t have pressing concerns later that day. I leashed him and returned him to his kennel with a promise to return soon, quite soon. Come experience the magic of our Boston Terrier Frankie…believe me, you deserve it.
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