Pet Adoption | R/F Humane Society: Frazier The Goofy Gearhead


Ohh, Frazier – what a handsome boy you are! This pup (yes, he still acts like a young puppy) is a 3 ½ year old mix of perhaps Border Collie and American Bulldog. Now, that is just a guess as he seems to be made up of all kinds of spare parts. His stylish tuxedo coat would lead you to believe that he’s a charming, debonair kind of dog, but he’s more reminiscent of that 5 year old ring bearer at your cousins wedding who stole the show with his cute, goofy antics. You know the one who ran down the aisle with only 1 shoe on.

That’s just one adorable part of this multifaceted dog. Many of us think of Frazier as the canine version of the Chevy Chevelle. That low riding muscle car of the 60’s & 70’s, SS model of course. With his short legs, stocky body and deep chest, Frazier makes hearts beat faster in both men & women as he races by in his run. Ladies see that black shiny coat with the bright white accents and go all weak in the knee. And you guys… well, any gearhead can see that Frazier is the perfect buddy to claim the “shotgun” position. He’s smart enough that he just might even be able to help you change the oil & filters.

So, come on out & meet this furry pile of spare parts & let’s see if he fits into your home & family.

The Humane Society andAdoption Center of Rockport/Fulton
1308 Myrtle St

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