Frasier Needs a Home – STAT

I can’t tell you how sad I am today. See, there’s this 10-year-old Boston Terrier named Frasier. Frasier is a rescue who lives in a great home, like I do. He loves his peeps, like I do. They love him, like mine do.

But, his peeps have to go live in Korea for two years. And they can’t take Frasier with them from here in Virginia. It’s a sad thing. He lives about a half hour from Us, but We’ve never met him. If I’d let him live here with Us, he’d be over here in a New York minute. But…uh…no can do. Can you?

If you know of anybody who would love to foster Frasier for two years, would you please leave me a comment or send me an email to StuartTheScottie@hotmail.com? We’ll put you in touch with those who have the answers to the questions you might have about Frasier. (NOTE: We’ve been asked NOT to cross post on list sites like Craig’s, just get in touch with US and We’ll put you in touch with the right person. K?)

Look how cute Frasier is:

What You Learned Today:

  • I wish I could be Frasier’s brother, but it wouldn’t be pretty.
  • He needs a home by the end of May. I think. (Until he finds a forever foster home, he’ll live with Our local Boston Terrier Rescue group, but it’s pretty crowded over there and he needs lots of personal attention.)
  • Can you imagine having to leave your peeps?
  • Whoa. I’m becoming vaklempt.

About The Scottie Chronicles

Winston welcomes you to The Scottie Chronicles - a blog that began in 2009 as a voice for Stuart, a more than memorable black, brindle and white Scottish Terrier who captured hearts around the world. Stuart passed suddenly in December 2015 from cardiac hemangiosarcoma, a nasty cancer that took him far too early. If you love Scotties, please follow along. Arroooo!
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26 Responses to Frasier Needs a Home – STAT

  1. He’s great … wish we lived closer. I would love to hang out with him for a while!!!

  2. Lee says:

    Mazel tov in the Best Wishes way to Fraisier. All the animals in need make us vaklempted also.
    Sweet William The Scot

  3. Claudia Bensimoun says:

    SOUTH KOREA IMPORT RULES AND REQUIREMENTS- SEE NOT SO DIFFICULT! PASS THESE ALONG TO FRASIER’S DOGGIE PARENTS.DOGS ARE PART OF THE FAMILY NOT TO BE PUT ASIDE WHEN NOT CONVENIENT!!!TRAVELING WITH YOUR DOG IS SUPER EASY.THERE ARE MANY DOG TRAVEL AGENCIES AND VETERINARIANS THAT WILL ORGANIZE ALL PAPERWORK AND EVEN DRIVE YOUR DOG DOWN TO THE AIRPORT.I HAVE TRAVELED WITH MY DOGS TO HONG KONG, SOUTH AFRICA AND PARIS.THERE IS NOTHING TO IT!KEEP IN MIND THAT DOGS HAVE EMOTIONS LIKE WE DO AND MISS THEIR FAMILIES TOO!!!!

    1) *Not Required but Recommended by PetRelocation for All International Travel* Microchip: Each Pet shall be identified by means of a microchip. No other form of identification is acceptable. The microchip used should comply with ISO Standard 11784 or Annex A to ISO standard 11785- otherwise the pet will need to be sent with it’s own scanner attached to the top of the crate.

    2) Rabies Vaccination & Certificate: All pets must have an original Rabies Certificate and this certificate must state the microchip number, the date of inoculation and the validity of the particular vaccination you obtain – some are good for two years, others are only good for one. This vaccine must be an inactivated vaccine.

    3) Vet Health Certificate (Form 7001): This is the standard Health Certificate to be filled out by your USDA accredited Veterinarian. Must be issued within 10 days of the flight. Health Certificate must state that the pet has no clinical signs of Aujossky’s disease, Distemper, Rabies, Leishmaoiasis, Leptospirosis and Tuberculosis.

    4) USDA Endorsement: The above referenced forms:

    Microchip Implantation Record
    Rabies Certificate
    Vet Health Certificate
    Must be sent to your local USDA for their stamp of approval. Please contact your local representative on the best way of handling this.

    Claudia Bensimoun

    • I know, I know….thanks for sharing this. But, Frasier’s peeps are in the military and have strict instructions to enter the country WITHOUT their precious 4-legged friend. I so appreciate your caring.

      Arooo! Stuart

  4. Amelia and Marcella says:

    One is the lonliest number STUART!!!!!!! Take him as your own, we promise the experience will open your heart, your peep’s hearts, and possibly a few tooth shaped wounds. BUT it’s worth it. The beginning is scary but when you get things figured out, WOWEE, true love will bloom!!!
    Amelia tried to eat me when I was 9 weeks old, but mom put a stop to it and it’s been peachy after she stopped hating me!!!
    It’s true, I hated her, now I don’t know what I’d do without her, I love my Celly Roo and she loves me, her Meally Moo.
    Amelia and Marcella

  5. Teresa Silverthorn says:

    I work for the military (contractor) and I see people taking their dogs from country to country – everyday.

    That is, the Air Force.

    I’m in Virginia, too.

  6. Teresa Silverthorn says:

    To merge a new member into your family:

    Meet in the street, on neutral ground. Allow the dogs to communicate in their own way.

    Slowly walk to the door.

    Allow the current alpha dog to enter first.

    New dog enters second.

    Sit on floor.

    Mediate their negotiations.

    Pick up new dog, as needed – off floor.

    Return to floor.

    Repeat if necessary.

    Follow dogs around house until they merge and negotiate.

    Takes about 3 hours, in my experience.

  7. Teresa Silverthorn says:

    Are you sure you wouldn’t enjoy a friend?

    Look at this dog:

    http://bongodogblog.com/2012/04/11/houdini/

  8. AC says:

    hi,

    just in case they can’t find a foster on their own, I’m sure these boston terrier rescue groups serving Virginia would be a good resource to contact, if not be able to help.
    http://www.btrescue.org/va/

    Good Luck!

  9. Douglas says:

    We can’t take Frasier, but I am reposting this to reach out to more Peeps for help!

    Rooooo!
    Douglas

  10. Two cats over here, so we’re in the same boat of not being able to take him, but we’ll help you get the word out. Hope you get a positive answer soon.

    pawhugs, Max

  11. bigdogzola says:

    Hiya Stuart – well done with trying to find Frasier a new home – I can’t imagine how difficult it must be for the family after 10 years with Frasier. Hope you are very successful very soon.
    It’s a tricky one but I agree that (like me) you enjoy peaceful home time as a one doggie in the house kinda guy..Good luck with it – Crossed paws. Zola x

  12. Kyla says:

    She says we need to foster Frasier if he is a non agressive dog. I am the Alpha and love other dogs that don’t try to control me. But, Frasier’s Peeps would have to drop him off and pick him up in the Phoenix area…..We are here to “rescue” you Frasier. Three conditions-1) must get along with Kismet, 2) no stealing my food and 3) no stealing Kenzie’s food-that’s MY job. Email me. They rescued me when I needed a home.

  13. Bonnie says:

    Oh, how our Peep is praying for Frasier! He looks wonderful! I remember when my cousin, Bluebell, also a Boston Terrier came to live with her peeps. She was three and fit in just like one of the family and she and Blue Bell hit it off just great, so I know whomever gets him will be getting a prize. Oh, how we wish he could come live with us as we were rescued along with 11 cats by our Peep, who treats us like royalty. May God find Frasier the best family ever and when he gets reunited by his Peeps, what a joyful time that will be for all of them. Love, Sady and Lucy in Texas

  14. Daisy says:

    We hope he can find a foster family very quickly….he’s very handsome.

    XXXOOODaisy, Bella & Roxy

  15. mckatie says:

    We are a family of 4 rescued dogs , two rescued cats – not to mention the rescued horses. We are at full capacity here.
    I really wish we could help! I hope he finds a great place to stay!

  16. Paws To Talk says:

    We hope Frasier finds a good home soon. We wish he could live with us but our humans have their hands full. Also, tell Frasier we like his TV show. We watch the reruns a couple of times a week. 🙂
    Bella and DiDi

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