Trinity is a senior Border Collie that was left wounded at a very dirty shelter in Tennessee. This sweet boy just lay there in the corner of the cold dirty kennel and barely would move. It was the last day before they were closing the shelter for 10 days and any dogs left were to be euthanized in order to have no dogs to care for while the Manager was out of town. A cleaning out of convenience that happens sadly all too often. Trinity was terrified of anyone that came toward him at first and cowered like you were going to hit him. This dog has risen above his fears and a lifetime of obvious neglect and has turned out to be the sweetest boy in the world. We had the vet estimate him to be 8-9 years of age and 40 pounds (skin and bones). Miraculously he is heartworm negative which we were amazed and relieved to hear. This boy is going to be an amazing gift in someone’s life. We can see him being a companion of great comfort for a retired couple or single individual who wants to feel special beyond words. Trinity’s foster mom loves his breed and says that this boy is one of the sweetest dogs she has ever fostered. He loves attention and affection and gives it in return with gratitude. He is totally fine with other dogs and has proven himself to be housetrained and very obedient and smart. Even though he is a little over middle-aged he still has many years ahead of him to love you and give you the best he has to give. Won’t you consider giving Trinity the best love and home he has ever had in his lifetime? PLEASE NOTE: Our dogs are transported from Tennessee to meeting places in the states where we have posted. Further information about us is given on our Adopt-A-Pet site. The adoption fees vary and will be provided as well as noted on the application you receive. Contact us at 615-661-5333 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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