Are you looking for a loyal, loving companion that isn't part energizer bunny? Gypsy is your girl! Gypsy is a 7-year-old medium-sized Shepherd mix. Her foster mom says she is a wonderful dog who is a joy to take care of. Gypsy loves her people and likes to stick close to them. Sometimes she even decides she is a lap dog. She is a bit of a couch potato, but she also enjoys going for walks and playing with toys. As is typical of Shepherd mixes, she is somewhat protective and will alert bark to strange noises and people approaching the house. Gypsy is fully potty trained, loves kids, and doesn't mind cats. However, she doesn't always get along with new dogs (especially alpha-types), so she will need to meet any potential doggie siblings.
Gypsy's adoption fee is $150. If you are interested in adding Gypsy to your family, please complete our online adoption application at www.friendsoftheanimalsjessamine.org and a representative will contact you. This application does not obligate you in any way; it's simply the first step in our adoption process that helps us ensure the best match for you and our beloved foster pets!
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