Trinity is doing great in her foster home. She has lost some much needed weight and enjoys playing with her foster brother. A new home will need to be aware that Trinity is a dominant girl, so she should only be placed with a submissive male. Trinity would also do fine as an only dog if provided enough time and attention. She has a very high prey drive, so would do best in a home without cats. Trinity has a favorite frisbee that she likes to play fetch with. She listens incredibly well and will crate, sit, and come when called. Trinity is a true lovebug that enjoys cuddling, but she will also go lay down if her human is busy.
Trinity visited our rescue vet in November, where she was diagnosed with hip dysplasia. If she lays in one position for awhile, it can take her longer to get up and moving. Her gait is abnormal, but Trinity is able to run and play with her foster brother without any problems. It will be important to keep Trinity at an ideal weight and provide joint supplements. We will continue to monitor Trinity, but she is maintaining well at this time and is an active girl. Trinity’s foster mom indicates she will be a great addition to a lucky family.
Trinity has settled in wonderfully at her foster home. She spent the last week in Maine on vacation. Trinity travels well in the car and gets along great with everyone! She is a sweet, laid back girl who will fit well into most homes.
Trinity is a 5 yr old female boxer who was surrendered to rescue due to a new baby in the house. She is good with other dogs and previously lived with another boxer. Trinity is also reported to be good with children. She would do best in a home without cats. Trinity was transported into rescue over the weekend and she is now in a foster home with a male boxer. Her foster mom reports that Trinity is a nice, easy going, well mannered dog. She is a very sweet girl who loves people. Trinity walks well on leash and knows her basic commands.