Here are some pics of Frankie at the office.
I usually take Beenie with me all week.
I think I'll take Frankie every Friday so he will have a chance to go to work with me too.
Aww, he's so adorable!!
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Rocky, Jenny, & Ginger.. forever loved & always in my heart..
I have been frosted!
Isn't it great bringing your babies to work with you?!
Soar high & free my sweet fur angels. I love you Nanook & Raustyk... forever & ever.
I cant stand it! He is too cute! That's wonderful that you can take them to work with you.
Thank you Kay for the beautiful sig!
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OMG...........Frankie, you are getting so big!!!! Still just as cute as ever
Tyson I miss you
You will always be in my heart
Aww...I wish I could bring my pups to work with me!!!
That is so cool that you can take them to work. He is so cute and I'd love to have him with me at work.
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Oh he's just so cute. You're lucky you can bring your dogs to work with you. I can only get away with it during fund raisers. I usually work on Saturdays during a fund raiser and will bring Fenway to work with me. EVERBODY enjoys him including our volunteers. I just wish I could bring him into work EVERY day.
oh so cute!! what a lucky guy! I can bring my dogs to work but they go crazy since Im always moving around (brock, velco boy, doesnt like it when I go into an exam room) and of course they freak out when they see any other dogs and cant greet/play. lol when I work on fridays (not usually) I bring them in since we dont see clients that day.
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