Weight: 85lbs
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Good with other dogs?: Dog selective.
Frankie is a great dog, but like most female bulldogs, can be a bit bossy with other dogs in the house. She harmlessly gives our senior American Bulldog, Guinness, some growls and snaps if he comes near her when she’s waiting for treats or snuggling with her foster people on the couch. However, she spends the rest of her time snuggling with Guinness and behaving well with him in the house.
She’s recommended for a house with no dogs or a more tolerant dog that will not try to challenge her. She would never hurt another dog, but we’re afraid that she could get herself hurt if she bosses a more dominant dog around!
Good with cats? unknown, will not be adopted to a home with a cat
Good with children? no, OK for kids over: over 10
Activity Preference: Up for a long hike any day., Low maintenance overall but needs quality outside time., Will go with the flow, other: Frankie enjoys training, long walks and playing with her ball and frisbee in the yard. But she’s also a good girl and lounges around with us on lazy days!
IQ: Smart
Frankie’s favorite things: Frankie adores attention from her people. She has a ball playing in the yard with her tennis ball, frisbee, or any toys that she can fetch. She absolutely loves being taught new commands and does great with her fun training sessions as a working dog. Frankie also really enjoys our long walks in the park as well as any kinds of games we think of to have fun in the house. She’s a great bone chewer and looks forward to her monthly Bully Make box of toys and treats.
Frankie is good at: meeting people, staying in a crate, behaving in the house, going for car rides, making me feel safe, walking on a leash, cuddling, playing, catching balls/frisbee, following commands
Ideal home: no children, someone at home most of the day, a fenced yard, Lots of exercise opportunities, other: Frankie would do best in a yard with a nice tall fence because this lovely lady has long, giraffe-like legs!
Training Needs: socialization with dogs
Health issues: Frankie’s main need for special attention is that she eats things that she shouldn’t. She seeks out socks and small, fabric items and will eat them quickly in one gulp. The new family has to be especially vigilant that things like this are never accessible to Frankie as she could easily eat them and suffer a life-threatening impaction. Special attention should be paid to her at all times to make sure she’s not eating items she shouldn’t.

Meet Frankie

Frankie is a dream come true! She’s obedience trained, knows all her commands, is loving and affectionate to her people, and listens extremely well. She’s fun and playful and we enjoy all of our time outside, walking and running, playing with toys and romping around the yard. We would love to see her in a home with no young kids or other dogs so she can be the star of the show. We adore her and can’t wait to help find her the perfect new family! This tall lady just turned 3 on March 3, 2021 and is a treasure for anyone looking for a tall, polite, fun young lady 🙂