According to the ad, Trigger was “super-socialized,” but there was one catch: the puppies were no ordinary dogs. Indeed, their owner advertised them as wolf-dog hybrids, so they shared genetics with both species. Furthermore, Trigger was classed as “high content.”
Essentially, despite being friendly, Trigger had more in common with wolves than he did with dogs. And whether the woman understood the responsibility of a high content dog or not is unclear. However, it didn’t put her off, and she adopted Trigger.
Although Trigger’s new mommy formed an instant bond with him, she underestimated the little pup’s specific needs. And as Trigger grew older, those needs only became more pronounced. Five months later, the woman realized she had had no idea what she was getting herself into.