A Shelter Full of Hope and Promise




Breed: Heeler/Shepherd Mix
Gender: Male
Age: 4 months old
Size: Small but growing
Where you can find me: At WAG


Energy Level: High
Training Goals: Mandatory post-adoption training session with a WAG approved trainer
House trained? Yes, with the occasional accident
Kids? With proper supervision
Cats? With proper socialization
Dogs? With proper socialization
Medical Needs: Potential rehabilitation, Pelvis was previously broken and left untreated, waiting on specialist's recommendations.

About Me:

Hi I'm Frankie!

I am a spunky and affectionate fella looking for my perfect match!

I love people and love to be cuddled! Although, I am a teething puppy, so sometimes I can like to use your arm as a chew toy!

My whole body wiggles when I see you! I love to play and have lots of energy.

I have made some dog friends here at WAG and love to play with them in the run. I can be a little unsure when first meeting new friends, but warm up fast.

I would love to go to some basic manners classes with my new family so I can learn to be the best pup I can be!

I am new to WAG and was surrendered at the recent Wellness Clinic. Staff are still getting to know me, and getting to know what my physical limitations will be. I was hit by a car and left untreated, I am not in pain and am a happy boy, but until I see my specialist, it is unknown what my life will look like. I might never be a mountain adventurer!

My Perfect Match:

-Is willing to take a few trips to WAG to get to know me before taking me home.

-Has lots of patience and understanding of my past.

-Loves spunky, affectionate and mischevious fellas!

-Will continue with my training, I am a smart boy eager to learn new things! Depending what my physical limitations will be, this will be super benifical to my mental welfare.

-Will continue on with my Veterinary team to accomodate my recovery.

-Will love me forever no matter what!

My Story:

I was surrendered at WAG's Mount Currie Animal Wellness Clinic. These clinics are so important for animals in need, I am so thankful that I was brought in. It is unknown exactly what happened to me, but I was hit by a car, and never brought to get the veterinary care I needed. WAG is having to figure out what the best form of treatment for me will be and what my forever home will be needing to provide. 


If you cannot adopt at this time, please consider donating to WAG's Wellness Clinic's or WAG's Critical Care Program, without these program's they would not have been able to save me!