Meet Gizmo – or as those in his fan club know him . . . Mo !!
Gizmo’s story starts out sad – bought on the internet, Gizmo came from a puppy mill (we have the picture/ad) – then he went to a nice family who after a couple of years got divorced. Gizmo and his sister, Inca went to live with one of the parents who wasn’t allowed to have pets in the apartment and they both spent 2 years, 17 hours a day, in a closet until a close relative was able to convince the parent to let go.
Gizmo is an 8 year old (DOB: 12/26/2006), pure breed Rat Terrier – chocolate & white and is loving and playful. Gizmo is a great walker and LOVES his long walks, playing with a soccer ball and sleep cuddled as close to your body as possible ! Gizmo likes dogs that are as docile and sweet as he is and despite his coming from a puppy mill, is in excellent health. Mo believes there is a fairy tail ending out there – is it with you ??
The adoptions process is as follows: The application can be found on our website www.pitstoprescue.com Please complete and submit the application so we can determine if it is a good match for all. A Sniff and Whiff will be arranged. Please include a brief description of your home situation and what characteristics you would like in a dog companion. The adoption fee is $350 and covers: All vaccines, micro-chip, deworming, spay/neuter & rabies. ADOPTION REQUIREMENTS: Application, Contract, Home-Check and Tax-deductible adoption fee/donation of $350. All animals are healthy, altered, micro-chipped and up-to-date on all shots. Southern California residents only.
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