Pet Harbor Rescue, P.O. Box 73, Bowling Green, VA 22427

(703) 583-HSKY info@petharbor.org

Frankie – Adopted!

I went to my forever home on June 7, 2020!

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Age (approx):
3 years old
Birthday (approx):
March 16, 2017
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Colors:
Red & white, blue eyes
Weight:
Info to come
Experience with Children:
Information coming soon.
Experience with Cats:
After I was rescued and before I came to Pet Harbor, I was introduced to cats in my temporary foster home. All of those interactions were positive. Now that I am with Pet Harbor, though, every time kitty moves, I feel I have to chase her. That doesn’t make for a very happy kitty. Siberian Huskies tend to have a strong prey instinct and often show extreme, even fatal, aggression towards cats. Even if our evaluation is favorable, it may not translate to all cats under all circumstances.
Experience with Dogs:
My experience is I get along great with most other dogs, despite size & gender differences. However, my energy level is such other dogs who are not my energy equals might find me annoying.
Energy Level:
High
Owner Aptitude Level:
Northern breed experience required
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Frankie Serrano.
History:
Along with several others available for adoption, we came from a horrible beginning, yet are amazingly grateful for love. Thankfully, we were seized by the authorities. Our humans were put in jail. We went to the shelter, then the SPCA, and then came to Pet Harbor, each an important piece of our journey to safety. Read more about our beginning, including watching a video, at https://www.wcnc.com/article/life/animals/25-huskies-recovering-after-living-in-awful-conditions/275-0ff0da89-97fb-472e-a7be-afc6d28b58bc.
Movies:
  1. 5/19/2020 – Flyin’ Frankie!
  2. 4/16/2020 – Watermelon Want
  3. 4/16/2020 – Dishwasher
  4. 3/31/2020 – When Frankie Speaks


More About Me:
I’m loads of fun and as sweet as I can be, and I am progressing really well with overcoming my challenges. I’m not for the novice adopter. My foster mom was ready for the challenge and has helped me turn around to the point where I even alert her when her dog Max is about to have an epileptic seizure.