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Frank is working on his housebreaking, as he was not housebroken when he came into rescue. His foster family reports that he has done great and not had any accidents since they realized his signals like pacing, eye contact and “looking.” Currently he is being walked by his wonderful foster parents every three hours to reinforce good potty skills. As time goes by, he should be able to go for longer time periods between walks. He goes to bed with his foster family around 11:30 p.m., and makes it through the night until his foster parents get up at 6 a.m.
Frank will sleep on a bed in a wire crate at night without a fuss, but if you allow it, he is happy to join you on the bed. He likes to sleep next to you if you’ll allow him. Frank has been left alone for up to 2.5 hours in his wire crate with his fluffy bed without any problems, (his foster family works from home, so he has not been left for longer time periods in the crate.)
In general, Frank is a pretty laid back guy. He’s smart, learns quickly, and he’s not much of a barker. The three occasions that he has barked at night were when he heard a sound outside. After three barks, he settled down and went back to bed. He has not barked at other dogs when he is on a walk, and has not barked in the house at other times than the three occasions that were mentioned.
Frank needs to be in a home where someone is home during the day. He is still young and given his past deserves to be with people all the time. He can be alone for a few hours a day for errands and things. A full time working home would not work for him at this time.
Frank is vaccinated and has an appointment to be neutered coming up very soon. For more information about adopting Frank, please submit an adoption application.