Age: DOB April 19, 2022
Adoption Fees: $750
Adoption Status: Successful Adoption
October 31, 2022 – Franklin has been adopted by his foster dad who has been fostering for us for over 10 years.
September 26, 2022 – Franklin has settled in nicely to our routine over the last week. The little guy is very easy going and LOVES to meet new people and all dogs while we are out and about on our walks. His leash manners are almost perfect, we are working on discouraging him from trying to chase vehicles while walking. There have been two pee accidents in the house, but I will take blame for those as I am still getting used to having a puppy in the house! Franklin loves to spend time on the big bed but has zero issue sleeping in his crate the whole night without a peep. He had the opportunity to attend a family gathering on the weekend and did extremely well with a house full of people but was a little unsure of a crawling one year old dog savvy toddler. It didn’t take him long to warm up and offer some friendship kisses. Franklin is a very social, smart and well adjusted pug puppy.
September 20, 2022 – Frank aka Franklin is settling in nicely in his foster home. He enjoys the company of the three resident
pugs very much, maybe a little too much! He is full of puppy energy and very well behaved for a 5-
month-old puppy. It is obvious that he has had some prior training before being surrendered and
understands most basic commands.
Franklin was in the company of a younger dogs on Sunday, and they had so much fun together. Nonstop
zoomies and chasing after each other with the ball in their mouths. Frank like to chase squirrels in the
backyards a tell off the birds that fly overhead.
There have been no accidents in the house, and he is sleeping in his xpen in a separate room at night
and settles quickly. Franklin enjoys his multiple walks per day and has excellent leash manners. He is
very excitable when cars pass by so that is a little something we will need to work on.
Franklin is on two different eye drops. One he gets three times per day and the other is twice per day.
This will likely be the routine for the remainder of his life due to ulcer scaring and pigmentary keratitis.
This is a serious commitment for his adoptive family to keep in mind.
Stay tuned for the next weekly update as we get to know Franklin better. So far, I can describe him as
an adorable, loveable little man with lots of charm and a big personality.
September 19, 2022 – Frank came in yesterday. He is born on April 19, 2022 and he is Bob & Bee’s littermate. Frank is going to the vet this Thursday for a complete check up. Like Bob & Bee, Frank is born with eye problems, his don’t seem to be as severe though. He requires Tacrolimus & tear gel in his eyes every day. More on Frank as we get to know him more.