Tuesday, June 21


Canada is not a hotbed of Frenchie activity, so last week we were delighted to hear that one of our Alberta volunteers had been called on to foster a slim young frog.

His name is Starsky, and he was surrendered because he seemed resistant to house training, and he often wet his crate at night. 

His owner admitted that finding time to devote to Starsky was an issue, so it may well be that Starsky's house training will improve in foster care.  So far, he hasn't had an indoors accident, and he's gotten the hang of the doggy door very quickly. 

As you can see, Starsky has some great coloring--very unusual.  At just 22 pounds, he is a smallish Frenchie. 

Starsky is getting along wonderfully with the dogs in his foster home, but his foster mom is keeping a close eye on him when he's around the family cat.  Starsky seems a wee bit too interested in the kitty, but so far he hasn't made any attempts to chase her.

Starsky is a healthy boy, he has a good temperament, and he plays well with other dogs.  This is a great chance for some of our Canadian friends to apply for a dog in the western region--doesn't happen often.  Starsky should be on the available page soon.  Watch for him!

The Frog Princess


Molly's Mommy said...

Starsky, you are cute as a button! I know you will do great in your new home. With love from your American frog friend, Molly.

Anonymous said...

what a handsome boy...so striking! hope he doesn well with the potty training and finds a wonderful home in nothing flat!

Two French Bulldogs said...

So handsome!!! Why people get pets they can't handle is beyond me!! Welcome to the best life ever Starsky
Benny & Lily