Meet Gino! Gino is a HANDSOME super smart, active boy who loves his walks! He will even come and get you to take him for his walks! You may have noticed Gino is missing a leg..well don't tell Gino because he doesn't know! This beautiful chocolate boy flies around the house and yard and doesn't even miss his leg. Gino gets along great with other dogs and enjoys socializing with new dogs and people. He also likes to snooze in the sunshine, snuggle on your lap and give lots of Min Pin kisses. He is a nice balance of great energy and chilling out too. He is food motivated (aka easy to train) and is learning to sit, stay etc...though he must not get too many treats so his waistline stays nice and slim. Gino is housebroken using a dog door and is crate trained too. Gino will do best in a dog-savvy home with children over the age of 13 please.
If you have the love and time for this super special boy, please contact his foster mom today - you won't regret it! He will be the welcome on the mat when you get home from your long day at work - wagging his little stub tail at you enthusiastically as he lets you know he is looking forward to his walk with you! :-)
Note: Gino is located on the San Mateo County Coast, CA, and we can fly this boy in cabin with Adopter only.
IMPS Tag: 28738
If you wish to adopt, please fill out our IMPS Min Pin Adoption Application
If you have previously submitted an Application form, there is no need to re-apply.
For more details, contact Gino's foster home at: Konsavage57@Yahoo.com
IMPS is a non-profit rescue organization that does not have a viewing facility to which you can come and meet the dogs available for adoption. All of our MinPins are in loving homes in foster care. Arrangements can be made with the foster parent; however, it is a requirements that the Adoption Application be completed and approved first.
Contact Karen with questions.
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