Editor’s note: Earlier this year, we chatted with Frank of Ask Frank fame. This witty and wise French Bulldog dispenses advice over the Internet, on his blog, and in adorable videos. We were thrilled when Frank agreed to become a regular Dogster contributor. Look for his column every Friday on Dogster.
Dear Frank: My humans keep asking me “Who’s a good boy?” What should I tell them?
Jedi in Illinois
Dear Jedi: Who is a good boy? I used to wake up every day wondering same thing. But now after much research, I’m pretty sure it’s John Harris, the forefather of large-scale industrial bacon manufacturing.
Dear Frank: I was licking my human’s face and our tongues touched. Things got weird. What happened?
Confused Licker in Dallas
Play the video to see Frank’s answer.
Dear Frank: This is my brother and me on the couch, having a good laugh about Mom’s “no dogs on the couch rule.” When she sees us up here, she just laughs. Sometimes she even takes our picture and tells us how cute we are when we’re being bad, then gives us kisses and hugs! I don’t get the human psyche. Does Mom just need the false feeling that she is the boss by making up these pretend rules, when we all know that there really are no rules? Or is bad just the new good?
Confused on the Couch in Indiana
Dear Confused: “No dogs on the couch” isn’t a rule in your house. Couch away!