Frankie Has a Question
Will you be my family?
This is Frankie. If he lived with me, I would call him Frank the Tank.
I had the pleasure of making Frankie’s acquaintance during the recent Dogs on the Lawn event at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
He was hanging out with the puppies and mama dog who are also currently available for adoption through Midwest Adopt-a-Bull.
Of course, it’s impossible to resist adorable, fat puppies, but I have to say Frankie was my favorite dog to spend time with that day.
He’s a big guy with a kind face, and as I jogged him across the museum lawn at the end of the day, it occurred to me that Frankie would make one heck of a jogging partner.
Currently, Frankie lives in a foster home with multiple dogs and a toddler. His foster mama says he loves children and that he would do best as an only dog or with a submissive female.
He originally came to Midwest Adopt-a-Bull from North Dakota with his sister. She has found her forever home, but Frankie is still looking.
Do you know someone who would like to make this big, sweet boy their own?
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Interested parties can learn more about him at MidwestAdoptaBull.com.
Posted on April 15, 2013, in Dogs, Dogtography, Fostering, Pit Bulls and tagged adoptable pit bull in Kansas City, dog to jog with, frank the tank, kind face, Midwest Adopt-A-Bull, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, pit bull that is kid-friendly, red pit bull. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.