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Dog's guardian died last weekend, surviving family does not want her

Trina-T lost her best friend
Trina-T lost her best friend
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Update 5/9/14: Trina-T has been adopted!!

Last weekend, a senior dog named "Trina-T (Trinity)" lost her guardian; the man was found dead inside of his home in Massachusetts.

The beautiful, nine-year-old dog lost the one person who was her world and yet there is more tragedy which awaits...she is unwanted by the man's surviving family.

Friends and family of the senior dog's beloved person have stated that they do not want to take her in and today, Trina-T is at a boarding kennel in Northbridge, Mass.

The boarding facility, who has provided care for the senior dog in the past, shared the following information about Trina-T:

Trina-t is 9 years old, perfectly healthy, and still loves to play. Tennis ball's are one of her favorite things in the world, she could chew on one for hours if you let her! Her other favorite thing is being with her human, whether it be in the car or on the couch. She is such a love bug and does well with kids and most dogs, although she likes male dogs better, she can be a little pushy when it comes to females but that's because she is use to being a princess (like she is).

Please take a moment to network Trina-T's information - anyone who has specific questions, or who is interested in providing her with a new home, can email: Aly.Clarksdogkennel@gmail.com

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