Rescue Remedies dogs available for homing/awaiting adoption
Frankie and I had a quiet, relaxed walk together this afternoon. We stopped in the woods and I brushed Frankie as he is moulting quite a bit at the moment. He clearly enjoyed this as he made contented little grunting noises.
Teresa walks Frankie every week while I always walk his kennel mate and best friend Buster. Just love this boy and I am heartbroken at how long he has spent waiting for a home to call his own. He really is a loveable soul and I cannot understand why he has been overlooked for so long. Frankie is great fun and although I don't walk him I enjoy his company and I get the chance to spend time with him in the paddock. Come on forever home xx
What Kim didn't mention, is the fox poo Frankie kindly shared with me and how long it took to get a photo of the two little devils together in the poets hut haha. Both boys are so funny and mischievous, we do have a laugh with them every week! Frankie is so full of love and would love a home where he is included in everything, he is so playful. Frankie has great dog skills and would love to live with another dog.
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Walked the delightful Frankie with Anne walking Buster and Geoff walking Monty yesterday. They were all quite happy in each other’s company, and Frankie, who can be a bit anxious around men, took no notice of Geoff at all, and was happy to walk close to him. Frankie is dog friendly, in fact gains confidence from being with another dog. He loves to roll in the grass given the opportunity, is happy to be wiped dry after muddy walks and takes treats very gently. I can’t understand why this lovely boy has been in rescue so long. He was so excited to be going for a walk, he would live to have a home of his own xxx
Frankie walked with Jan this morning and also shared his walk with Hugo and Buster dogs. All three lads were very comfortable together. As we were coming back Frankie, who we know loves the water, through he might take a dip. Fortunately he did not take Jan in with him.
I walked fabulous Frankie yesterday whilst Anne had his kennel mate Buster, and Geoff walked Hugo. All three boys were quite happy in each other’s company, indeed Hugo was really happy to have friends to walk with. Once again Frankie was quite happy in Geoff's company, but he is a dog who is worried by men, and he wasn’t keen on one we passed on the walk, he is a good little boy though, and responds well to commands. Prospective Daddies will need to gain his confidence first, but Geoff is helping him realise that perhaps he doesn’t need to fear the male human. He does seem happier with men if they are attached to a dog! This obviously takes some of the fear factor away for him. Frankie is very happy in the company of other dogs. He was such a good boy sitting beautifully when we were back in kennels so I could wipe all the mud off him. He loved being made a fuss of and was very grateful for his treat at the end. This boy has so much going for him, whatever has happened in his past to make him wary of men, I am sure it can be managed. No pictures today other than the lovely ones Anne took ( if I’d had any sense I would have lengthened his lead so he could go into the water properly!!), I was struggling too much with the mud sucking at my boots!!!!
Frankie befriends most men easily once he gets to know them and has proven this over and over again in his time at Rescue Remedies. He had many male walkers during his time at Guildford Kennels. all he needs is time...and a few sausages help too!