Please welcome Frank to Buffalo Pug. His family surrendered him when they could no longer afford his care. At 10 years old he is showing some signs of aging, But living with his foster pug siblings he has already shown an interest in playing and being more active. Don't get us wrong he still a major couch potato! Frank was never neutered or kept up to date at the vet. We don't think 10 is very old for a pug, although he is considered a senior. Frank would like to live in a home that doesn't have a lot of major activity, but he has asked us if he could have a canine sibling or two. Frank is fine with children(older kids who will respect his age and size ), cats and dogs. He has lived with a large dog and currently lives with foster pugs. He seems to prefer the company of dogs his own size. Frank doesn't even mind cuddling with a kitty or 2. Frank is waiting for his vet appointment to be evaluated to make sure he's healthy enough for neutering, and will be brought up to date on shots and will have a heartworm test. His new owners need to be aware that he will need dental care, he has never had any and it shows. Frank tends to be a marker which generally improves after a neuter. He can wear a belly band. Frank is also deaf but he watches everything very closely and is easily directed. Applications are welcome at any time. Frank deserves the best for his retirement years. Will it be with you?