Trevor [ADOPTED MAY 30] is a sweet, 3-year-old, red male who was definitely on death row. If it had not have been for a caring administrator and a Shorewood volunteer who believed in him, he would not have seen his fourth birthday. He was picked up as a stray and was totally terrified by the shelter environment. He reacted so badly when someone approached his cage that he was deemed unadoptable and scheduled for euthanasia. His previous owner was found but they chose not to pick him up. Things were looking bad for Trevor. Fortunately the administrator decided to call Shorewood Cocker Rescue and our volunteer saw a wonderful dog behind all that fear. When he arrived at his foster home we had some doubts. He again had that look of terror in his eyes. As soon as we took him out of the crate he was a new man. I think he realized he was safe and was with people who would love him.
He is doing very well in his foster home. He is now starting to want to play and is just a happy boy. We do crate him but he will probably do fine without one.
Trevor is housetrained. He does well with cats and other dogs.