Our darling Frankie has had the best possible upbringing that we could provide. He was born July 27, 2020, at our Connecticut Rescue, just a week after we pulled his Mama, Greta, from NYCACC. Greta was in the "family way" when she was found as a city stray in Brooklyn, and spent almost six weeks in the shelter before arriving here.

Greta was the ideal Mama, and her six pups thrived. The pups were weaned effortlessly, and were well socialized since birth. All his brothers and sisters have gone to their homes, and Frankie is still waiting on his forever family.

At just 16 weeks, Frankie is an energetic, playful puppy. He looks like Greta, who we determined to be a Red Nose Pitbull Terrier. Frankie has developed into a delightful character, and would thrive in any kind of puppy savvy household.

Bullies are higher energy than most dog breeds, and yet, Frankie has earned himself a "chill" reputation, because he knows when to take a good nap. He has been described as the "perfect" puppy, playful but laid back, well-mannered, and already crate and house trained. Frankie is quickly heading toward adolescence, during which he will need strong leadership and ongoing obedience work.

Frankie could join just about any kind of home. He is generally well behaved, and friendly to all. He is easy to handle on lead, and has behaved well during his Vet visits. Frankie would do well in an active household with kids, and he would love to play with other young dogs. He might be too much for senior dogs used to peace and quiet. He has not been exposed to cats, but he could do well with them, if properly supervised.

Frankie is in excellent health and has been fully vaccinated and dewormed. Our Adoption Agreement requires that he be neutered, with proof provided, by 9 months of age. If you are interested in Frankie, please write to Angelsfrgod@aol.com or call Denise at 860-908-9738 for more info.

We are an active, 501(c)(3), multi-breed dog rescue, local to the North East, situated in Canterbury, Connecticut. Our 21 year history is reflected in our website EskiesOnline.com, and on our Facebook page: Eskies Online.