15 responses to “Frengle Hound”

  1. Farcas Gelu Danut says:

    Our puppy is called Springtrap. My boy (Andrei) gave him that name.
    It’s the most beautiful puppy I’ve ever seen. The puppy is already a member of our family. 🙂

  2. Brenda says:

    We just recently got our frengle, “Roscoe”. He is an absolute delight. So smart. I was wondering when you should get them neutered. The vet is saying at 6 months but should we wait until he is closer to a year old? Just concerned that they might be doing it a little too soon. Thank you for any feedback. Do appreciate it.

    • admin says:

      Hi Brenda,
      Early neutering has always been a controversial topic. Some types of cancer as well as joint problems that have been linked with early neuters, as shown in some studies, are usually associated with large-boned dogs. Therefore, no scientific evidence proves early neutering increases cancer risks in all dogs. In my view, the optimal age for neutering male dogs is 10-24 weeks. Neutering at that age will help your pup develop less obesity and reduce unwanted behaviors like fighting or jumping a fence.

  3. BRENDA NEWMAN says:

    my 5 month old pup is very afraid of strangers. I got her from a puppy farm-didn’t realize it until after. I have to drag her to begin walking and she absolutely cowers with strangers. what could have caused this type of behavior. I got her at 10 weeks, she was very sick-brought her back from death’s door. Now I have these behavior issues-please help me!

  4. M Côte says:

    I have a one year old French bull dog /beagle mix male named Brady
    He is very loving an social an great with children
    Looking for a female to breed with
    01841 area code
    Stud fees included

  5. Mari says:

    Does anyone know what the best type of food for a frengle dog would be? I recently switched foods and now my frengle has been scratching his coat. Is this considered a food allergy?

    • admin says:

      If you suspect your dog is having food allergies, you must not wait and take him to your vet immediately and take his/her expert opinion. Let your vet know what kind of food you used to serve, and what are the present menus in his meals. Allergy is not uncommon in dogs, in general, and he will surely be OK soon.

  6. Leslee Snyder says:

    I have a male frengle now and he is our entire world. I would love a female frengle. Please let me know where I can get one!

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