Chief Canine Officer
Franklin has been a good boy for 32 dog years of service (roughly 4 human years). He is a senior consultant to the Department of Agriculture, Squirrel, and Rodent Division. His areas of expertise include barking, chasing, and sniffing. Previously, Franklin was a staff writer at the Daily Growl and a quality assurance specialist at Dunlop Tennis Balls.
Franklin’s educational background includes briefly attending puppy school. He dropped out after being described as "easily distracted", "unmotivated" and "just way too much." Despite this, Franklin brings years of real-world experience to every job.
Fun fact: While an Embark DNA test could only identify 70% of Franklin's breed makeup, Franklin has been confirmed to be 110% good boy.