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Among the most amiable of hounds, the Foxhound, much like its smaller cousin, the Beagle, is a sweet, loving, gentle, sociable, and happy-go-lucky dog who makes a wonderful and pretty easy to care for family pet when common-sense is exercised. Bred to be pack-hunters, Foxhounds must have companionship and live in the company of humans and/or other canines. They will simply languish and become depressed, even destructive, if left on their own for long periods of time.
Sweetly affectionate, super-sweet, social and friendly, Trinity is a gentle, loyally devoted, extremely loving and sensitive girl who thrives on human companionship and close contact. Obedient and eager-to-please when she knows what is expected of her, she is mild-mannered and tolerant by nature, and she enjoys the company of other dogs, often greeting them with an invitation to play. Welcoming of everyone, happy-to-be-around, and always sincere, this adorable and completely engaging canine has an adventurous mindset and can at times be impishly mischievous and absolutely comedic; having family members who appreciate a hearty sense of humor and like to laugh a lot will be a definite plus for her.
An active, lively, and playful dog when outdoors, Trinity is also an intelligent dog who likes learning new things, and she needs regular mental and physical exercise to stay happy, healthy, and well-behaved. Looking for respect and not sympathy, she is a determined and resourceful young canine who loves life and approaches it without recognition of limitations. An avid and curious sniffer who will follow her nose – headlong into trouble she won’t be able to get out of on her own if unsupervised and left to her own devises. Once she picks up a scent, she will wander and either not hear you calling her back or care to listen as she will be single-mindedly trying to find the critter at the other end of the trail. So it is important for this adventure-seeking scent hound to have access to a fenced yard where she can romp and explore safely. Like any other dog, she should also be supervised when outdoors and always secured on a leash when out and about.
In poor condition and ill at intake: emaciated, staph infection of the skin, Conjunctivitis, and roundworm and flea infestations, Trinity is on the mend now with her medical conditions being treated by Monroe SPCA. A Special Needs Canine with only 3 legs (her left-hind leg was surgically amputated sometime prior to her coming to us), Trinity currently requires a highly-nutritious, protein-rich diet which she will need to continue receiving in her new home (We will discuss her prescribed dietary needs with prospective adopters).
Special needs or not, this young pack hound needs responsible, caring, and trustworthy owners willing to provide her with all of the things any pet needs -- a structured environment, sound leadership, sufficient exercise, lifelong companionship and commitment, and, of course, all the love and attention she needs and deserves.
Trinity is best suited as an indoor pet and companion for a home with a calm, low-active to moderately-active lifestyle. As with all Monroe SPCA adoptable dogs, a home visit and a meet-n-greet with any housemate pets will be required prior to adoption.
Trinity currently resides at the Monroe County Animal Control Shelter; she is adoptable through Monroe SPCA. The shelter is located at 911 South Raisinville Road, Monroe, MI 48161 (just south of the fairgrounds). You can meet her during regular shelter hours; Tuesday through Friday, 11:00 am until 3:30 pm, and Saturday, 11:00 am until 2:30 pm. The shelter is closed Sunday, Monday, and all national holidays. All Monroe SPCA dogs available for adoption at the shelter have an adoption fee of $120.00. This fee includes the dog being spayed or neutered, HW negative, up-to-date on age appropriate vaccinations, and micro-chipped prior to adoption.
Adopt Trinity: http://www.monroespca.org/how_to_adopt.html
Completed adoption applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or dropped off at the shelter during business hours.
For more information please visit Monroe SPCA’s website at http://www.monroespca.org or like "Monroe SPCA" and "Monroe County Animal Shelter-MI" on facebook. You can also call the shelter during business hours at 734-240-3125 or email Monroe SPCA Adoption Coordinator at email@example.com.