Frankie would do well with an owner who understands strong dogs and can be in charge n he would love a dog friend and a fenced in yard to run in. He deserves all of that n will give 100% back to his new family.Frankie's ideal home:
Allowed to be free in the home (he's housebroken and never destructive)
Must be a part of the family because he needs a lot of affection and attention
Older children fine (probably age 10+)
Needs daily exercise - very important for his behavior
Needs consistent boundaries (don't allow him to jump up, don't allow him to be "mouthy")
He gets along GREAT with other dogs, but can be a bit pushy when playing so needs to be a submissive dog.
He does super great on walks (great on leash)
Pros: He is going to make such a great companion for some lucky family! He is so loving, attentive, willing to please. He is never destructive, loves his chew toys, loves other dogs. He listens really well. He is not dog-aggressive whatsoever. He also is NOT toy possessive.
Cons: Pushy in his attempt to get your attention/affection. Is newly learning not to jump up on people so needs consistent follow through to cement this new skill. Comes on strong during play time with other dogs so needs one who can tolerate that.
Our organization and dogs are located in GEORGIA but we have weekly transport available for our pups to relocate up north with their new forever families.
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His adoption fee is $ 375 which includes transport cost, all his vaccines, neuter, heartworm test and micro chip
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