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Frankie was turned into the Santa Rosa Library.
He unfortunately attempted to bite an intake worker at the
HSSA. So they did not take him.
I have been fostering him for 18 months to help him work
Through some of his fear based aggression.
He is looking for a foster family or a forever home.
Frankie is still stressed and fearful when he meets new people and other dogs. But has made major strides in the time that I have had him. He has been aggressive in the past and has bitten before. He has not bitten in the last six months, so I believe he is working through his fear issues. I can no longer foster him because of my on-going health issues. I will keep him until a suitable foster can be found. He may be ready for adoption. Nikki at Complete Canines has recently assessed him. You may contact her @CompleteCanineTucson@gmail.com or (520) 403-1401.
Please contact me @ firstname.lastname@example.org or my telephone @ (520) 327-2720.
Thank you in advance, this little guy is a real sweetie with a lot of potential.
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