The ‘Urban Dictionary’ defines the word ‘Gage’ as a love machine. Specifically, a popular, athletic, sexy, love machine! Well, I thank you! I do believe that fits me to a T. Come on over ladies, the Gage is in town! I’m Gage and I’m a male, brown dog with maybe the tiniest hint of Schnauzer. I know…I’m in SRT’s ‘ and friends’ category! I’m about eighteen months old and I weigh about twelve pounds. I’m kind of a shy, timid guy. Everything is a little new to me. I warm up to others but it does take me a little bit. I think I’d be good with gentle children. I just need a little convincing that I’m worthy of your love. I’m good in the car and I’m a quiet car rider. I tried to do the leash thing on a walk but I went a little wild. A wild and crazy guy! I don’t think I’ve ever been on a leash before! Let’s work on that. I’m crate trained and I do fine when I’m in there. I’m working on my house training skills. I like playing with other dogs and I’m not timid around my pack friends. I think they respect the love machine! I’m ready for a forever home. A loving home with patience and attention that helps bring out my inner qualities. You’ve always wanted a Gage, right? Then click the ‘Adopt’ tab, complete your adoption application and put me, Gage, as a dog of interest.
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