Handsome and kind, Gino is quite the character. Very low maintenance personality and grooming. He is gets along with most dogs and loves kids but not so great with cats as he wants to play too rough. Everyone that knows Gino LOVES him. Not his fault he is black, and a pit mix, and either not allowed by landlords or looks like he is just another average black dog. He is not-- he is goofy and devoted. LOVES car rides and plain McDonald's cheeseburgers. Gino came to us when shoved out of a car in a nearby city park, and was running around at the stoplight looking in cars for his people, terrified and alone. He just buried his head against his rescuer when we picked him up and broke our hearts. This is such a good boy who hates the kennels and wants to sit and watch football games and enjoy a soft bed between happy kisses for you and foodie moments. He was adopted for a very brief time by a great fellow who drove a big rig for a living, and they were a perfect fit. Sadly, Gino had to come back to us when his dad was diagnosed with aggressive lung cancer. Gino's little heart has been broken twice. He needs a great home. This is a wonderful dog and he is fun and easy going.
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