Frankie was born on President’s day February 19th, 1996, coming to enlighten our lives in April of the same year. Riding to his new home in San Antonio (born in San Marcos, Texas) on his Daddy’s lap, they bonded instantly. From that day forward, they were buddies. He was truly one of the most handsome and loving Dauchunds with a personality all his own. We feel so blessed to have had him in our lives for more than 13 years.
An extremely social butterfly, he enjoyed his neighborhood visits, after escaping to go on his own, and was always a big part of the welcome wagon to visitors. He loved walks, car rides and going to the doggie park. He was adored by all those who were fortunate enough to meet him.
He loved to be underfoot in the kitchen waiting (not always very patiently) for the little “oops” and was lightening fast scooping it up. He waited by his Daddy’s chair each morning for his turn at the plate and would bark for you to come and reach the biscuits for him. Although his legs were short, he aimed high!
We know that he truly enjoyed his time here and we took every opportunity to spoil him rotten. Even as age and cushings took their toll, he never lost his appetite for life.
Although Frankie was not our only 4-legged child, he leaves a huge void in our house and our hearts. We’ll miss that sweet face, his rehearsed “I love you”s and never ending kisses.
He will always be loved and missed but never forgotten. We are so grateful for the many wonderful years he spent with us. He is our special angel and now in heaven where we hope to see him again. May he be happy and healthy once again!
All Paws Great and Small Crematory
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX