FBRN grads Tuffy ('06) and Wilbur (formerly Monty of the PA8,'07) are busily appropriating the furniture and otherwise making themselves comfortable in the middle of the country, Missouri. Here's an update on them:
"These are a bit blurry, but I just had to send them. Sometime over the weekend, we noticed that they started to pile on top of each other for their naps in my chair (I will never get to sit in that chair again, it appears). Wilbur is apparently willing to stay in what looks like a very uncomfortable upright sleeping position for hours at a time, and Tuffy seems perfectly fine with supporting that bowling ball of a head of his...
"Also, in other breaking news, Wilbur is showing potential of becoming a model citizen some day. At least 3 times now, he has gone to the back door and waited for us to let him out. Of course, he hasn't learned to bark or whine at it yet, so we have to pretty much follow him whenever we see him go into the kitchen, but it's definite progress!"
Housebreaking is a slow process for some puppymill survivors, but as families and frogs get to know each other and learn to watch for signs and portents, even the slowest Frenchie can be persuaded to use the proper patch for piddling, proclaims
The Frog Princess