About these J.P. Dogs:
Bunny, officially Little Bunny Baker, is a one year old rescued terrier who also goes by the Bunz, and she lives with Frankie, officially Francis Alexander Baker, a 5 month old border collie, who may answer to Franks. (Continue for 4 more crazy cute photos of these two…)
“I foster for Last Hope K9 Rescue and Bunny is a foster fail. I fell in love with her and just had to keep her. I kept telling people that I felt like she needed me. She is from Arkansas – so she barks with a southern accent.
Frankie is a border collie from a farm up in Bradshaw, NH. His parents are working dogs. I have had border collies for years and lost my beloved Kismet after 14 years. A very dear friend gave me him as a gift. Kismet was from the same farm. My friend is terminally ill – and wanted to share her love for Kismet & me. Especially since she will no longer be able to love more dogs in her life. Her name is Frances.”
About these J.P. Dog’s human:
Bunny and Francis live with their devoted human, Pam, in the Bourne neighborhood of Jamaica Plain where she’s lived for 11 years.
Do your J.P. Dogs have any funny quirks, odd behaviors, or defining characteristics?
Bunny is bossy. Frankie is a puppy. He is into everything, chews all he can reach, and loves to play frisbee. I still have to see what he will really be like.
What do you love most about your J.P. Dogs?
They bring me joy and laughter every day. I never have to go to the bathroom alone. They adore children!I love everything about them. And what really makes them special is that they allow other dogs and puppies to come stay at their house so that those visiting furry friends can find their own forever homes.
Your J.P. Dogs favorite outdoor spots in J.P.?
Photography: Francis & Bunny’s human