Walking up to the camera, Frannie showed she very happy to be out and our featured guest for Take Out Tuesday.

This week’s Take Out Tuesday guest from the Stephens County Humane Society showed off what a sweet girl she could be and how much she needs a home and someone to love.

Frannie is a one year old mixed breed dog looking to hit the soft spot on someone’s heart. She proved eager to head to the car for our ride to The Banner office, though she did need some help getting into the vehicle.

When we arrived to the office, it was easy to tell sweet Frannie would be a loving pup and she made sure she met everyone around. Even though she is a small dog, Frannie has so much love to give.

A younger pup, Frannie played and ran up and down our hallway. She even made use of a tennis ball, rope toys and an assortment of other items during the trip.

While I left to go get cheeseburgers for our weekly guest, Tamara Gregor, reporter, spent time with Frannie, who roamed around until she found a spot comfortable enough for her to nap.

Upon my return, Frannie realized quickly what was in my brown bag and waited patiently to take some bites of the cheeseburgers.

As always, we tried our weekly go around of using cheeseburgers to see what tricks the dogs know. Frannie picked up on some simple tricks and showed she was happy to play along.

The other thing we learned was Frannie had some difficulty with stairs because of how small she is.

Later on, when we returned to the Society, Frannie showed she was curious about cats.

In other Humane Society tales, we have some happy news to spread as all of the dogs we have featured have found a home.

Chaos, who was our longest tenured dog, actually reunited with his previous owner who knew him as Raiden and is back where he belongs with the original owner in Midwest City.

Missy, our guest from last week, found her forever home and Da Vinci went on a rescue trip with the Stephens County Humane Society.

Leadership with Stephens County Humane Society said the building is slowly opening up. They are accepting appointments still but will let people enter the building to see the cats and dogs available for adoption.

Staff at the Humane Society still encourages people to call to set up an appointment to limit the people in the building and hopes to get back to normal and open to full capacity in the near future.

To set up an appointment, call 580-252-7387 between the hours of noon and 4 p.m. Weekends have extended hours until 6 p.m.

The Stephens County Humane Society page is sponsored by Tractor Supply Co. and Duncan Pet Resort.

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