optimus and trinity
Location: Austell, GA
Age: 11 years, 9 months
Posted on: 1/6/2023
Posted by: Individual
optimus and trinity urgently needs a foster home
Why is fostering needed?
My leasing agent has decided after 9 years to abide by the lease staing our breed of dogs are not allowed even though we did what was asked (getting renters insurance to include the dogs) I am in process of getting approval for them to be emotional support dogs
How long is fostering needed for?
A few months
Optimus 11 years old and is very laid back he loves being in the backyard looking for squirrels when it is not too hot, he really loves out there at night (not overnight) just until about 9 or 10 o’clock, he really loves it when you talk to him he also talks back to you, he loves to rubbed under his neck, back and belly, he also likes going on walks. He is neutered, house trained, not crate trained, he is good around kids, I’m not sure how he will be around other dogs he has only been around trinity the past 8 years. We do not take them to dog parks.
Trinity loves attention to the point she almost demands it, she is very energetic, she loves affection and gives affection, loves walks, playing tug, body rubs especially her neck and belly. I call her my informant she will definitely let you know when someone is approaching the house. She is a jumper especially when she hasn’t seen you all day. I’m not sure how she is around other dogs she has only been around optimus for the past 8 years. She has not been around any children since we had her.
Both of them understand commands ( no, go, out, stop, tap your leg for come here, point when you want them to leave a room)
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