Ron, Roy & Ryan were wandering in a rural area in Taichung with their mom. Initially, the rescuer wanted only to do T.N.R. (Trap, Neuter, & Release) because these boys are all black dogs. Black dogs are the hardest dogs to be adopted in Taiwan or overseas. The rescuer worried about the difficulty of finding them a forever home (and the emotional and financial pressure that come with it) as she has many other rescue dogs to care for. Once LHF staff found out about her plan for T.N.R., they stopped the rescuer and decided to take over. The LHF staff believe that even if black dogs are hard to be adopted, they all deserve their own happy forever home regardless. The black dogs are considered by the organization to be unique and precious!
After LHF took the boys, they currently are all living with foster families.
The 3 siblings are very friendly and love to be sitting next to you (or cuddle). They are super adorable!!!!!!! None of them showed any separation anxiety and have been doing fine at home by themselves. They love playing with dogs and get along with both other dogs and cats. They are house-trained and know how to use pee pads indoors. They also are fine going to the bathroom outside.
If you are interested in any of the 3 brothers, please contact us! We are more than happy to share any details about them with you.