Special Needs: NA
Arrival story: Gibson rode a transport to freedom from a rural shelter on the west side of the state. He came from a breeding kennel that was shut down.
Approximate age / weight: 1yr / 60 lbs.
Personality: Gibson is such a unique looking character! He loves, loves, loves playing with other dogs and he gets to attend doggy daycare to hang out with his canine pals.
Gibby is house-trained and crate-trained but at this point in time, he is still a bit aloof when it comes to interacting with people. However, we see signs that he wants to engage but rather he does not know how. Gibby is a sweet, gentle soul who just needs some time to learn that he is safe and can trust humans.
Forever home: this time, our boy Gibson, will need a patient pet parent and a home without young kids along with a yard with a physical fence and another dog in the home.
Contact: Please contact Suzanne at firstname.lastname@example.org if are interested in adopting Gibson!
We do not have a facility; all of our dogs are fostered in private homes. We generally have two adoption events per month. To meet a dog in person, please see our event calendar on our website for the date and time of the next adoption event. Arrangements can be made to meet a dog outside of Saturday adoption events after an application is submitted and approved.
Our adoption process includes an application and in-home meet-n-greet with the dog.
-Adult Dog Adoption Fee - $225
-Small Breed Adoption Fee - $275
-Senior Dog Adoption Fee - $125
-Pup Adoption Fee - $250 plus $50 spay/neuter deposit refunded upon proof of surgery by 6 mos.
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