DOB: 11/13 Weight: ~30 lbs.
Gino is a good boy, somewhat timid around new people at first. He gets along with other dogs. He loves to run and play so would do best with a family with a fenced yard. He is a good boy but he doesn't like to be pushed into something he doesn't like to do. He doesn't like to be picked up or given a bath. He needs a family with no small children. If he has something that doesn't belong to him, you have to offer him a treat in return to get the item back.
He has had a rabies shot, 7-way shot, bordetella, and been wormed. He is also neutered, microchipped, and heartworm negative.
Gino came into the shelter on 11/1/14.
Our adoption fee is $130.00 and it helps to cover a portion of the dog's vetting costs. The adoption process includes the completion of an application followed by an interview.
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