Now living happily in Marysville, Missouri.
Frank lost his home due to hardship. He is smart and tuned-in and was quite sad when he arrived at HUA. He knew he had lost something very important and didn't want to be without his family. He is a sturdy little fellow though, and decided he was going to make the best of things. He has enjoyed showing off his mad dog skills and has tried to teach the less civilized dogs how to behave. We tell him "Frank, that is probably an exercise in futility," but he isn't going to give up on his friends. He continues to be a very, very good boy in the hopes that others might follow his lead, which makes us smile. Frank is a lovebug and when he is not busy setting examples, he is either snuggled up in someone's arms or looking to do so. He has a good time with the plethora of toys strewn about and can often be seen sweet talking a human into tossing one for him. We think Frank is just such a great guy and will be delighted when his once-and-for-all, forever-and-ever people come to bring him home.