Trouble has settled in well at his foster home. We wonder whether his reported age is accurate, as he is an extremely high energy boy. Trouble previously broke his tail, but it has since healed and now gives him character. We have had several discussions with his foster home regarding the best placement for this boy. Sadly, his companion is suffering from serious medical issues and Trouble is putting him at risk from wanting to play rough. We feel that Trouble would do best in a forever home that can provide him with more exercise and attention. He would love to have an active female dog to play with and a secure, fenced yard. Trouble is good with children and could chase a ball all day long. If you can provide a home for this sweet boy, apply today for Trouble.
Trouble and Ray Ray are a father and son pair. Their owner passed away last week and the landlord brought them to the local dog pound in West Virginia. They were tested with other dogs and did well. Both boys did wonderful with the volunteers and their children at the vet’s office. These boys were transported today to a foster home who agreed to take both. We will update their pages as we learn more about them.