Trixie was pulled from a small shelter west of the DFW area, after being surrendered because she didn’t get along with a new puppy addition to the family. When BCSAVE contacted the shelter to inquire about Trixie, the shelter director said Trixie was not doing well – not eating, withdrawing, and generally fading. We immediately pulled her and placed her with a temporary foster, who introduced Trixie to good food and fun times with their three Labs. She has since been moved to her second foster, where she has continued to improve. She is still slightly timid – scared of loud noises and sudden movements, but is more apt to snuggle on the couch and sit next to you for love now than before.
Trixie loves to run and play with the other dogs, and is medium to higher energy pup. She will need an adopter who can help her continue to build her confidence. She walks on a leash, but doesn’t perk up until she is off-leash and running free. She is a sweet pup, and will make a great family pet.