The Boys Who Cried Woof

The Boys Who Cried Woof

“Back home, Franklin “would just hide in the corner,” Anthony recalls. “It was really upsetting to see. When we held Franklin the first time, he was shaking like crazy.” As time went by, the tenacious pup made slow but steady progress, following family members around the house, then attempting to play. “We kind of fell in love with him,” says Anthony. “We couldn’t give him up,” Joey adds.”

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