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Plenty of my friends are looking
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I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
First of all, keep him out of the light, he hates bright light, especially sunlight, it'll kill him. Second, don't give him any water, not even to drink. But the most important rule, the rule you can never forget, no matter how much he cries, no matter how much he begs, never feed him after midnight. - from 'Gremlins'
YES, we all know where the popular name Gizmo comes from that adorable, good natured Mogwai, who refused to become an evil gremlin. Thankfully as a puppy, our Gizmo will thrive in the sunshine, is easily bathed, and it is perfectly okay to sneak him a snack after midnight should you both be up. Gizmo is a 4 month old tan Shepherd mix weighing in at a healthy 20 pounds. Foster mom says he has some pretty big paws to fill, so he will probably end up being around 60 pounds when full grown.
Gizmo is very loyal, eager to please, very smart, and easy to train. Gizmo presents all of these desired traits, even as a youngster. He currently resides in a foster home on a farm where he has had exposure to a variety of farm animals, all of which he has done well with. He gets along wonderfully with the other dogs and cats in the home as well. Gizmo isn't really into playing fetch just yet, but he very much enjoys chewing on toy ropes and balls. He has already mastered some basic commands such as sit, down, and shake. He is a dream on and off leash when accompanying his person. Foster mom says he walks with her in the yard and heels at her feet when she stops. Pretty smart little guy right there!
Gizmo loves to go for rides in the car or truck. He quietly lays down and just enjoys going on the journey. His foster mom says he is not a barker or a jumper. He does love to run around a bit and play like any puppy would but when it's time to settle down he's all about being a well behaved boy. Gizmo is crate trained and sleeps through the night in his crate. He is doing very well with house training, but still needs frequent trips outside for potty.
Gizmo has all the attributes of a wonderful life long companion. He is already neutered, up to date on all vaccinations, and current on all preventatives. We just need to add one more little excerpt from Gremlins right here.....Grandfather: [leaving with Gizmo, to Billy] Perhaps some day, you will be ready. Until then, Mogwai waits. We hope you ARE ready to give our sweet little Gizmo the loving forever home he should have had all along. Until then.....he waits.
If you would like to learn more about Gizmo, please contact: email@example.com
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