TRIBBLE – 14969
Safe - 2-10-2018 Manhattan Rescue: Pet Adoption League of NY Please honor your pledges: https://www.facebook.com/PALofNY/app/117708921611213/
Hello, my name is Tribble. My animal id is #14969. I am a desexed male brindle dog at the Manhattan Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks I am about 2 years 2 months 1 weeks old.
I came into the shelter as a stray on 29-Nov-2017
Tribble is at risk for behavior reasons. Tribble easily becomes over aroused, and will show a high level of jumping and mouthing, both on lead and off. To moderate this, and other excitable behaviors, Tribble has activity requirements which cannot be met in the care center environment. We currently have no medical concerns for Tribble.
Let’s get to know each other a bit more…
A volunteer writes: If you combined a race horse, and a teddy bear, and a pot of hazelnut chocolate – poof! Out would pop Tribble. Elegant and graceful, snuggly yet slightly serious, Tribble looks right at home in his collegiate, fall sweater, so young and a student himself. Like the high school quarterback of dogs now ready for a life of study, study Tribble does as he’s still on the shyer side. He is always warm and consistently friendly, but considers each word I mouth and action I make before responding smartly and appropriately in kind. Ah that’s right. “Smart” doesn’t apply just to Tribble’s wardrobe. This effortlessly handsome toffee bar has the brightest of bulbs inside that pretty bean as he sits, stays, and heels right at my command. Tribble comes to us as a stray so unfortunately not much of his past is known. He has a few cuts and bruises across his nose and the snap of the camera startles him each time. But as soon as he’s comfortable, feels certain you’re a friend, it’s near impossible to find Tribble anywhere but your lap, not that you’d want him anyplace else. The holidays are coming and this smart, handsome college boy, he’s all done with learning for now, finished with his studies. He’s ready to come home. Tribble is waiting in adoptions at Manhattan ACC.
My medical notes are…
Weight: 44.2 lbs
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