Trigger is one of the coolest dogs you’ll ever meet!
Weighing in at about 35 lbs, he has the softest coat and will amaze you with how dances on his hind legs for treats! He’s housebroken and also knows basic commands like come, sit and stay. Trigger does really well on a leash and enjoys long walks through the park and to the Farmer’s Market.
He’s so smart that he even wiggles himself into his walking harness! He’s very well behaved out in public so we’ve even taken him hiking in Hocking Hills! Kids and strangers would come over to pet him and he greeted them all with a doggy smile and a tail wag. Although he’s been around younger children and did great, we think he’d prefer to not live with them. Trigger likes to be the center of attention! He loves to snuggle on the couch and have his belly rubbed. He has a lot of love to offer and enjoys showing his affection by giving kisses!
He’s currently living with 3 other pups – 2 males and a female. He loves to play with his sister but isn’t too fond of his alpha brother - We think this is because Trigger is an alpha who doesn’t want any competition! Because of this, we think it would be best for him to go to a home with either no other dogs or only a (non-dominant/easy going) female dog. Trigger gets protective over his food when other dogs are around, so we feed him separate from his siblings to help keep the peace. Easy peasy!
If you’re looking for a smart, well trained and cuddly companion who can double as your walking buddy, Trigger is the perfect fit for you!
Trigger is currently being fostered in Columbus, OH.
All OBHR dogs are spayed/neutered, UTD on shots, checked for heart worm and on heart guard and flea preventative. If interested in one of our dogs please fill out an application at www.ohiobassetrescue.org today.
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