So I got a new dog and since he travels into the HubPages HQ with me every single day (and sleeps under my desk as you can see below), I thought that it was only right to give Frank, my new Pug, a proper introduction to all of you Hubbers out there.
He is 6 months old, he snorts (and snores) a lot and he's the new HubPages unofficial mascot. It's practically impossible not to love the little guy.
Here's a blog that I just posted of him if you want to really get to know Frank: http://www.hupandsteph.com/2009/06/19/n … k-the-pug/
I'm sure you'll be hearing more about Frank as time goes on...
How neat is that to have a job where you can bring your dog . Very cute one by the way .
Yep, he's house trained (although I'm sure he'll still have accidents here and there). I take him out every few hours to make sure that nothing happens in the office.
Yeah, it's really great to be able to bring him in and it's great exercise for Frank...it's about a mile and a half walk to the office each way.
No wonder he sleeps all day.
Aww how cool and cute
(though I dont think its cool when my hubby snores n burps) lol
Love the name too
Frankie Goes To Hubpages
Frankie Goes To Hollywood
He's still learning to type, but he should be burning up a keyboard in no time...well, when he's actually awake.
I have a staffy pug cross, and when she snores we can hear it from the other end of the house. In fact she'll jump on the couch for a nap and before she lands she's already snoring.
Ooooh so cute!
How many hubs will he be writing daily - did you say?
He whines sometimes when I put him in his crate -- does that count?
Haha. As long as he makes the girls swoon as he does it. Do they? LOL
He's adorable! Gotta love jobs where you can take your dog to the office. I just read the blog, and I love that you slept with your arm in his crate so he would be comfortable there. Oh the lengths puppies will make us go for love!
What an adorable pup. I'll bet he types about as well as Billy, our miniature dachshund. Small dogs just seem to know how lovable they are, no? ...and they certainly come with an amazing repertoire of grunts, sniffles, snuffles and other communication sounds - and they do communicate most effectively, I find. Especially their displeasure.
OMG.... he's adoreable! jus want reach out n scratch his belly, lol, congrats on your new baby,
Congrats Ryan! Frank looks like he is really enjoying life and letting it all hang out there
He has a nice fleece bed, a Nylabone, and a whole office - what could be better? Now he only needs to mark his territory
Now we are going to need a series of Frank the dog hubs . This could be a good search engine topic, such as the type of food Frank likes, or the recommended chew toys. I miss having a dog .
Aww Frank. When I am able to get a puppy I want to get a girl and name her Frankie
He's such a cutie! That is so cool you can bring him into the office!
by Clive Williams 4 years ago
Is snoring contagious? my wife snores but now I have started! Seems airborne.
by AnnaCia 5 years ago
If somebody snores, do they snore when under anesthesia?
by vgroom82 7 years ago
Does your puppy/dog snore while sleeping too?
by Elena 8 years ago
You find out your girlfriend snores loudly. Would this be the beginning of the end?Would it affect your relationship?
by Hui (蕙) 6 years ago
What would you do if your roomate snores really loud?
by mkgirlhp 8 years ago
Hello, I have an 8 week old basset puppy who snores very loudly abput 95% of the tme she is...asleep. We are a non smoking family. Not sure what else it could be or how to help her breath easier. Any suggestions?
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