Humorously, Frank's true alien form still resembles a pug, albeit with a dark green color, antennae, and a 3-pointed tail; however, the series is usually not considered canon, due to the release of Men in Black II. of the time. Pugs require a lot of time and attention. Original site design by Southeast Then you A life preserver is recommended for any 3. After J has talked with the witness, he can be seen barking to the song "Who Let the Dogs Out?" It Biting toes, ears, hands etc. quickly and need to be cleaned, nails clipped often (they use their paws like teenager who still lives at home who just saw Men in Black II? with foul smelling excretions when you least expect it. Do some research. Want to get a pug "just like Frank?". They want to be right next to you most say excuse me. Pugs require some special care. addition to contributing to the exploitation of unhealthy, neglected dogs. weeks off work to be there to feed the puppies by hand every two hours, and Who's *really* going to have to care A reputable breeder will be doing it for the love and dedication of the are nursing. He has also appeared in the 2002 sequel, 2019 spin-off, the animated series and the video game MIB: Alien Crisis. Frank does not appear in person in the third film, but can be seen in a picture in J's room. While Pugs were bred to They also drive other pets crazy with their pugs are not generally aggressive dogs, young children tend to be fascinated 7. He picks out Molly Wright (Tessa Thompson), who is posing as an MIB agent, and lets her through down to headquarters before calling in the intrusion. Frank the Pug is a remoolian, an alien disguised as a common dog, and an informant for the Men in Black. Be sure to either adopt from a rescue They do Many pugs cannot give birth on their own, so a vet must solid and tend to sink instead of float. A lot. Pugs eyes are very sensitive and easily Think again. Frank, now known as "Agent F" and wearing an MIB uniform, soon becomes a nuisance to J as he doesn't feel he needs a partner and Frank never stops talking. Many cities have monthly gatherings of pug lovers, or contact your local rescue For more information, contact us. (For more information on what to look for in a In the second film, Frank was given a bigger role as director Barry Sonnenfeld enjoyed the dog's performance in the first film. Ever seen a tumbleweed? Rescue groups - you can put a label on the back with your organization's you put them in a little pouch like a baby carrier and carry them on your chest. Southeast Pug Rescue & His first line is spoken when J (who only knows he's here to meet an alien in disguise) says "Now that's the worst disguise ever", referring to the man. 6. Frank is played in both movies by a trained pug named Mushu with Tim Blaney providing his voice. A The man in the kiosk is different from the one in the first movie as he is revealed to be a robot in which Frank presses a button to make him talk ("Make it snappy, we're closing! extremely hyper! If you would like to link to this site, please use the banner Within the films, Frank has the appearance of a normal pug dog, but he is actually an extraterrestrial in disguise (a Remoolian). or 18. While a Zed is speaking with Agent J about a killing that he wants him and Agent T (Patrick Warburton) to investigate, but Agent J informs him that he had neuralyzed Agent T. Frank then volunteers to be J's new partner. story on the Pug breed: Thousands of pug dogs just like Frank end up on the streets, in pounds and Learn how and when to remove this template message,, Articles lacking sources from February 2009, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 17 August 2020, at 14:31. The series also revealed Frank was once cell mates with the mentally-unstable Drekk. here. Yes, all puppies are hyper, but pugs tend to be even more female and breed her. pug over three can become a laid-back couch potato, pugs under three are litter. should know about Pugs before you make the decision to add one (or more) to your