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Tripp: Granted August 05, 2011


The Story of Tripp

Last Updated: August 05, 2011

Rescuer: Gail Hefley at

Tripp came from the shelter filthy and covered with ticks. He has a rotten tooth, and while his tick-borne disease panel and blood work came back normal, he needs to work on getting rid of worms, including heartworms.
Here is what his rescuer says:
"We were told that he was running with the 'general population' at the shelter. He has been fine with my corgis (male and female), fine around the cat, and sweet with young and older children. I do not see any signs of aggression. He is nonthreatening to other dogs and just seems to 'go along and get along.'
"Tripp is a wonderful male corgi. Though a stray, his manners for walking on a lose leash are not too bad. He is quite and calm in his crate and a very loving little boy. I think his teeth are bothering him, in particular the one with green buildup as he does better if his food is softened."
CorgiAid supporters will help Tripp as he works on getting healthy, so he can go forward and lead the healthy life he deserves. Thank you!
Tripp was rescued in Texas.

This dog is not available for adoption.

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