Rescue Remedies dogs available for homing/awaiting adoption
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!
I walked Frankie with Anne and Buster again today. We were also joined by Hugo and Sarah as the boys all seem to enjoy walking with another dog. Frankie was his normal daft self, being the clown. He made us laugh as he was full of beans today and kept doing little runs and hops. Buster fell behind at one point, and On e Grankie realised, he refused to walk in without him, I do think Frankie has become quite reliant on Buster for confidence and companionship, he seems to adore him.
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Frankie met new walker Hilary today and was such a good boy for her. I joined them on their walk with Frankie's kennel mate Buster. It was a lovely warm sunny day and Frankie really enjoyed splashing about in the stream. He had a few rolls for good measure as we were walking over the common. We passed joggers, people out walking, other dog walkers and 2 horse riders with no issues. Frankie is a super boy and I look forward to seeing him every week when Teresa usually walks him while I walk Buster. It really saddens me that Frankie has been overlooked for so long. Love him xx