Rufus and Delilah is featuring Frannie Zoo as the Los Angeles Dog Adoption of the week. If you or anyone you know is looking to adopt a sweet dog but you can’t commit 10-15 years plus with one pup, we hope your search will end with Franny Zoo.
Frannie Zoo is a small Norwich Terrier and Norfolk Terrier mix. She is about 8 years old. Frannie Zoo has a shrunken eye and she doesn’t see too well out of her other eye. An eye specialist put her on eye drops that she will need daily for the rest of her life and they are easy to administer. Please don’t let her eye issues stop you from loving this little angel. Frannie Zoo has a heart of gold, likes to be active, loves going out with her human on errands or to play at the dog park. She is sweet with people and would love a new best friend to cuddle with and to keep you company.
Thanks to Road Dogs & Rescue, dedicated to rescuing dogs from shelters and neglectful situations in the Los Angeles area, Frannie Zoo is no longer in an animal shelter. She is currently being lovingly cared for while waiting for her FuRRRRever home.
Frannie has been through a lot in her life and deserves a loving FuRRRRever home to call her own. To read more about Norwich Terriers as a breed check out this link and to read more about Norfolk Terriers as a breed, check out link from Dogtime.com.
If you need convincing as to why it is great to adopt an older dog over a younger one, please read Rosa Doodle’s article on Top 10 Reason’s Why It’s Best To Adopt An Older Dog. We couldn’t agree more.
For more information on Frannie Zoo, you can go to her PetFinder page or email Road Dogs & Rescue at firstname.lastname@example.org for an application including some information about yourself and the kind of home you can offer her. Frannie Zoo is located in Los Angeles and she needs to be adopted by a person or family who can come get her in person.
Will you do your part in helping Frannie Zoo find her FuRRRRRever home by sharing her story?