Hi I'm five-year-old Trigger, the prettiest girl you'd ever want to meet. My foster mom says I am an English lab but I don't know what she's talking about. My bark sounds the same as my fur sisters.
I came from a farm where the family raises lots of puppies but I couldn't have any so they signed me over to Brookline. Hooray!
I am a happy easy-going girl who wants nothing more than to stay close to my people. My second favorite thing is to take walks and explore. You see I had free run of my farm before so I'm used to this sort of lifestyle.
I've lived with young kids and I adored them but right now I am living with a teenager and three other labs. It was an adjustment at first but I'm doing great. Still I really wouldn't mind being an only dog and the center of your attention either.
I don't know many commands yet because I never had to follow any before but foster mom says I am so obedient she thinks I will be a quick learner. We've been playing ball and I think that's a lot of fun too. I overheard my foster mom say she doesn't think I've ever played with one before based on my spastic attempts to catch the ball but instinctively I keep bringing the ball back to my foster mom. I'm a smart girl. A few more sessions and I think I'll be a pro.
My foster mom also thinks I have an unhealthy obsession with cats. There is one in this house who completely ignores me and I would sit watching her for hours if my foster mom would let me, so I'm not sure that I should be living with the cat. Foster mom thinks I probably got to chase them on the farm I lived on, but I'm not telling.
I am just finishing up being in heat. I don't know what that means either except I have to wear these silly doggie diapers when I'm inside and mom has nicknamed me fancy pants. She says I will soon be made available for adoption and so my forever family is going to have to agree to get me spayed. I'm not sure I like the sounds of that but I do love the idea of finding my forever family. Might that be you?
Check out Trigger's blog at http://brooklinelabrescue.org/blog/?page_id=12365. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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