Franklin is looking for a new home
Some friends of ours have made the difficult decision that their pug Franklin would be happier in a different environment. He's very loved and well cared for, but as his family put it, city life just isn't for him and as a result he's got some challenges. He lives in San Francisco now, and his mama thinks he wants to be a country dog.
I need to live down at the end of a long dirt road in the country where I can play fetch to my hearts content and visitors are rare. Another dog to play with would be great.
We dearly hope that Franklin finds a home that suits him. Read all about him at The Daily Puglet.
September 16, 2010 | Permalink
..What a heart-breaking decision...I would love to help...but live so far away...
I hope Franklin will find his new home and will be very happy...Best Wishes Franklin...
Posted by: Ann Crago | Sep 17, 2010 8:55:08 AM
Winnie, you should take Franklin into your home!! I can speak from experience that one pug is fun, but two pugs are hilarious!! We don't regret for one second taking in our second pug Moose (who is from Ohio pug rescue) he's a great little guy!!
Posted by: Lisa | Sep 21, 2010 3:40:29 PM
Where do you live?? I have a pug named TOFU at home.. I was looking into getting another pug.
Posted by: Risa Yanai | Sep 23, 2010 10:46:33 AM
oh oops SanFransisco. I didn't see that! I live in Los Angeles, but it's not as busy as San Fran :D there are many dog parks dog beaches and a pug to play with! I have a lot of friends who go to SF a lot... maybe they can pick him up for me if he is still available!
Posted by: Risa Yanai | Sep 23, 2010 10:53:04 AM
Hi I'm Franklin's aunt. Franklin's family really appreciates all the supportive comments on Shelby's blog as well as The Daily Puglet. It's important that everyone who has expressed an interest in Franklin understands that he is a goofy and loving dog with his family and dog cousins but this is a dog that can no longer be trusted out in public. He just doesn't do well with new people and is aggressive with strange dogs with out provocation. Therefore a new owner cannot expect to take Franklin to dog parks, beaches, and, possibly even out on the street anymore. That is why we hope he will find a large property where he can run and play without interacting with others not well known to him. Keep your fingers crossed!
Posted by: Adriana | Sep 29, 2010 9:37:17 PM