Hello! My name is Gwen! I am a sweet and active 6 year-old Springer Spaniel/Lab mix, who is always smiling.
I was dumped with her mom in the middle of a highway median 3 years ago and my mom got adopted right away. People here in TX are prejudice and don't like black dogs too much, which we just can’t see why, since I just LOVE hanging out with my humans where ever you are.
I love going for walks and loves to play with her people. I will stick by your side and will be happy just to follow you around while you do chores or work around the house. I am house trained and crate trained.
I am pretty picky about my doggy friends and would prefer to be your main doggy squeeze, rather than share the limelight, but I can tolerate a submissive personality and dog larger than me, that doesn't bark incessantly and that is larger than me. (I don't like the dainty, noisy foo foo dogs) I do not like being left alone in the yard by myself and I am afraid of thunder storms and fireworks.
I would prefer a family with a stay-at-home or work-at-home parent or a retired, active person, so I can hang out with you all day. I get along better with polite older kids.
Gwen does get along with cats.
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