Dog-gone Doggie of the Day for Feb. 24th

Franny, the Dog of the Day
Name: Franny
Age: Three years old
Gender: Female Breed: Boxer
Home: Oak Creek, Wisconsin, USA
Hello! This is my adorable furkid, Francesca, a.k.a. Franny! She’s also known as Wiggle Buns, Fat Head, Peanut Head, Francini, and Fran Fran. I fell in love with Franny the second I saw her profile on Green Acres Boxer Rescue’s website. I checked their website daily, some times multiples times a day, for almost five months until I could no longer resist and I sent in an adoption application. I still can’t believe she was there that long! She was very underweight and had a litter of puppies when she was surrendered. She is now very muscular but petite; I think she is the perfect size! She’s now approximately three years old. Franny has been a member of our family since April 10, 2011 and every day since then ahs been comical – she provides a lot of laughs. Every day when I come home from work she is so excited to see me that she does her bean dancing (it’s a boxer thing …) spastically for five minutes as if I was gone for weeks on end. I love it!

The best thing about Franny is her long tail. She loves to spin it really fast stick straight in a perfect circle – I always shout “watch out! preparing for take off!”, because it looks a lot like a helicopter blade. I never want to own a boxer with a nub tail now; there is a lot of personality that shines through her whip of a tail. Franny is the best snuggle buddy ever! Some of her favorite things to do are chase (and eat) flies that are in the house, watch the squirrels and deer that come in our yard, run around super fast with her butt really low to the ground (I call those Nascar laps), play with her squeaky rubber chicken, chase laser pointers, and go for car rides.

Thank you Franny for being such a wonderful k9 companion. Momma (and Daddy!) loves you so much!

One thought on “Dog-gone Doggie of the Day for Feb. 24th

  1. Such a beautiful face! We adopted our dog, Meril, from the shelter. He was rescued from a puppy mill. He’s completely changed our lives. I know what you mean about coming home to the crazy energy! 🙂 It’s one of the best parts of my day. I think they call this a “frap”?


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