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Our senior canine and leader of The Herd, Frankie Suave, knows what to do when his younger brothers are up to mischief—don’t get involved.
Our elder statesdog, Frankie Suave, can control his younger brothers whenever he wants to. A subtle glance, a not-so-subtle stare, or, on the very rare occasion, a rumbling growl is all it takes to tell them to behave. Frankie, though, picks and chooses the moments he steps up. Otherwise, he leaves them to their mischief the rest of the time. After all, he reasons, if their trouble-making ways don’t impact him, the best course of action is don’t get involved.
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Smart boy Frankie!!
a wise Frankie for sure. XO
I agree Hu-Dad-since Frankie Suave IS the senior dog he wisely ONLY steps in when necessary! He has learned much over the years!!! Smart boy Frankie!