TRINITY-15-076 | F | 8 YEARS

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TRINITY-15-076 | F | 8 YEARS

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Breed: Golden Retriever 

Gender: Female

Age: 8 years

Date of Birth: 2007

Color: Dark Gold

Weight: Average

Height: Average

Medical/Other Notes:

  • Needs to be spayed - done
  • Heartworm positive 
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Trinity was an owner surrender to local animal control. She will need to be spayed soon, and will have heartworm treatment before she is ready for adoption.  Trinity is settling into her foster home now, and we will know more about her soon.


PROFILE

Trinity is an 8-year-old female Golden Retriever who was surrendered by her owners due to a change in the family’s circumstances.  Trinity is a good name for her because her personality fits into three words:  calm, quiet and obedient.

Trinity is on the small side for a Golden, making it easy for her to fit right by your side, which is right where she wants to be!  Her foster mom reports that her favorite activity is just hanging out with the family, which includes two other Goldens. Trinity gets along well with other dogs; we are not sure about cats.  She is very ladylike, and does not climb on furniture (unless you invite her) or bark excessively.  She loves to go for rides in her foster mom’s Jeep and has no problems loading into it for an adventuresome ride.

Since she is not high energy, Trinity will be fine in just about any home and would make a terrific companion dog for some lucky person or family.  She is finishing up her heartworm treatment, and should be available for adoption in mid to late April.


UPDATE

3/15/2016

Trinity had her second round of heartworm treatment this week. She is doing well, and we expect she will be ready for adoption in late-April.

2/1/2016

Trinity was spayed on 1/21, and recovered well. Today she had her first heartworm treatment. She will need a two stage treatment, and will have to go back to the vet in a month for the second round of injections. If all goes well, Trinity will be finished with her treatment and ready for adoption near the end of March.