Dog From Hell Growls at Inside Edition Story About Her
Frankie the bull terrier isn't too pleased with his news coverage.
Ohio's dog from hell is upset and does not like how she is being portrayed on Inside Edition.
Frankie the bull terrier growled at the TV as she watched the less-than-flattering story on how she terrorizes her owner, Adrienne Fragatos of Cleveland.
Fragatos said she has been bitten at least 20 times.
While watching the Inside Edition report Monday, Frankie lunged at the television.
Frankie may not appreciate being called out on TV for her aggressive behavior. Or, she may just have thought she was looking at another dog.
"Dog Whisperer" star Cesar Millan has agreed to help the family and calm the dog. He said, “it is never too late for a dog” to recover.
In fact, while Frankie may growl at Inside Edition, one thing that actually calms the dog down is watching episodes of “The Dog Whisperer."
“This is a dream come true for me and I so appreciate it,” Fragatos said of Millan's help.
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