Why Not Me? Meet Frannie and Jeager!
We’ve partnered with Pawsitive Alliance for the #WhyNotMePets campaign to give difficult-to-home pets an extra paw up. These lovable pets are ready to find their forever homes.
MEET FRANNIE & JEAGER!
Breed: Pittie Mix
Age/Gender/Size: 5 years/Female/Medium Size (between 30 – 60 lbs)
Likes: LOVES people of all persuasions!
Special Considerations: No kitties or dogs other than Jeager
Breed: Dalmatian Mix
Age/Gender/Size: 3 years/Male/Medium Size (between 30 – 60 lbs)
Likes: Room to run, making new friends
Special Considerations: No kitties or dogs other than Frannie, prefers women
Meet Frannie & Jeager! These besties have been attached at the hip since they first met at Grant County Animal Outreach in December 2018. They are definitely a bonded pair, and always enjoy each other’s company when they are out and about! Frannie is outgoing and happy-go-lucky, and brings the more modest and reserved Jeager out of his shell. They are so attached, that Jeager will sit in his kennel and cry for Frannie when they are apart from each other.
Frannie is a dominant female, which is why she gets along so very well with her best friend Jeager, as he is a dominant male. Frannie is a bit picky with other animal friends, however loves every single person that she comes across in her day to day adventures! She is most fond of snuggling with her caregivers, and bombarding them with sloppy kisses of adoration. Frannie knows how to go with the flow, but is fun-loving and super playful – she truly loves life! Watch her around kitties however, as she likes to give them a little chase.
Jeager has been with his rescue group since February 2018, and is the final guy of a pack that had been rescued from poor living conditions. He had been pretty introverted when he first arrived at the rescue, however with the help of his caregivers and Frannie has really opened up to all of those around him. Frannie has, if you will, instilled in Jeager a sense of confidence and assurance that has truly helped him to relax and socialize more. Jeager will do best without the company of kitties, as he was previously in a pack setting. He is also a bonafide “ladies man”, and prefers the company of women; however Jeager has really opened up to his male caregivers at the shelter.
As Frannie and Jeager are the very best of friends and shine bright in each other’s company, they are hoping to find their forever home together as a duo. These two balance each other out perfectly – Frannie is rambuctious and carefree, while Jeager is regal yet a little more on the bashful side. They have really thrived together as a couple and are sure to bring much cheer and devotion to their future family!
Both of these kiddos are spayed/neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations. If you would like more information about this delightful pair, please ask for Carmon with Grant County Animal Outreach via email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 509-762-9616.