Every day, Fronky, a Bull Mastiff, performs the same ritual. Every morning, the dog stands at the door, pleading with his mother to let him out.
Once in the front yard, he sits and waits.Fronky continues to wait for his best buddy, a mailwoman named Shaun!Fronky has been Shaun’s best friend since he was a seven-week-old puppy. The two are inseparable, and seeing Shuan is always a highlight of Fronky’s day.
“When she is at her truck, gathering all her presents and getting ready to come to our house, you see his tail running so quickly, and if she takes too long, he becomes agitated,” Fronky’s mother, Eileen, told The Dodown into a 180-pound dog that could easily leap over the front yard fence if he so
choose. Fronky, on the other hand, is a decent guy who always stays on his side of the fence. Fortunately, Shaun can still give him lots of pets and cuddles!Shaun had a chocolate lab who died, according to Eileen. She believes Fronky provides her with the puppy hugs she craves.“I believe just
having this short break with Fronky helps her out and gives her something to look forward to,” Eileen explained.Shaun and Fronky are unquestionably great friends. Shaun will occasionally pay Fronky a visit on her days off.“Shaun has sort of become a member of our family,”
Eileen explained. “She constantly forgets to come by, and we can’t wait to see her every day… And Fronky is completely out of control when he hears her voice.”Fronky’s affection for Shaun is unusual for his breed, according to Hill’s Pets. According to the website:“With family members,
Bullmastiffs are kind and loving.” Their typically calm, easygoing personalities make them ideal for families with well-behaved youngsters.When a stranger enters the scene, the bullmastiff’s laid-back attitude towards family members is likely to alter.
These dogs are wary of persons who are not members of their family.”The most plausible answer appears to be that Fronky considers Shaun to be a part of his family. How lovely!