for the available page! If you've been watching and waiting for this adorable young frog to be available for adoption, now is the time to skippy over and take a look at his bio to see if your family and P.C. might be a good fit for each other.
Prince Caspian is a puppy mill survivor, and he came to us without much in the way of socialization. He gets along best with the other dogs in his foster home, but he's warming up to the people.
We got some photos from P.C.'s family, taken over the holidays. They included this report on Prince Caspian, too.
"Prince is doing great! His health is great and he is really becoming a member of our
"This Christmas he got to meet our 2.5 year old niece.
She loved him and he responded well to her. She gave him hugs and
kisses. They played for a while and then when he got tired of playing,
he went and took a nap underneath the Christmas tree. I have attached a
picture of this.
"When he came to us, he was so scared. He had
probably had no human contact before so he was terrified any time we
came near him. We slowly introduced him to our two dogs and he bonded
with them quickly, especially our Frenchie Cyrus. Eventually he began to
warm up to us humans as well. When we get home from work or the movies
and let the dogs out of their crates, our two dogs are so excited to see
us and Prince still looks at them confused sometimes. He has even begun
cuddling with us on the couch sometimes while we watch a movie. Prince
is going to make a wonderful member of another family soon."
Prince Caspian would enjoy a life with a quiet household, and he'd like to live in a family that has at least one other dog, since he takes cues from the dogs in his foster family.
If you are in the market for a prince, rescued from durance vile, and you think you could give him a bright future as rightful King of your castle and all your demesne, consider applying for Prince Caspian.
The Frog Princess