Trey was recently relinquished as the family and she were just a good fit. She is in a foster home and doing great. Her foster reports, 'She is great on the stairs and is settling in to the routine nicely. She gets along great with my greyhound.' More to follow from her foster.
Foster Update 2/6/2017
Foster Update 12/9/2016
Trey is the most loving little girl. I have had guests several times in my home and Trey could barely contain her excitement. She comes just shy of crawling in everyone's lap but knows the couch is off limits in my house. Trey is a hearty eater and wags her upturned, curly tail like it is her job. She behaves very nicely with my grey and has put a little pep in his step. Trey's finest quality is her enthusiasm. She is so anxious to greet people and new sights, sounds and smells that you have to guide her. Once she gets the routine and is confident with her surroundings, she is just pure joy.
Foster Update 11/27/2016
Trey is a happy, busy little girl who loves people and having her ears rubbed. She is young and likes the companionship of another grey. Always wagging her tail and enthusiastic, Trey is smart and would thrive in a home with direction and a schedule she can settle in to. After meals Trey will tuck her head down and enjoy a long snooze and sleeps through the night on her bed in my room. She knows which bed is hers and when it is time to get up and go downstairs. She is great on stairs and will come back up if you don't follow her fast enough! ___________________________________________
DE's Trey is an adorable, pretty little girl. She is friendly, calm and very sweet. She is a snuggler and gives kisses. She was one of our favorites of the day. She walks nicely on leash. The folks in Florida described Trey as 'a steady girl and not over the top.' Trey is 2 years old and although she loves people, no cats, please.
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