A volunteer writes Gina was found abandoned in an apartment with her friend Martin, but is like a youngster who tries to attract as much attention as she can when she is with a caretaker. Although so calm in her kennel and a great walker, free in a pen, she jumps, is unfocused, hops on the bench, paws, rolls on her back for belly rubs, kisses,…… Her tail wags non stop, her butt wiggles, she loves caresses …She is so needy…She does not know what to do with herself to get all the love she can get. Gina is as hungry as a bear, absolutely ravenous for food and treats but she does not growl when I approach her bowl.She does not snatch food out of my hand and can even sit for it.. Look at her, though. Gina is skinny and currently being extra nourished, we can’t wait for her gorgeous ebony coat to begin to shine. She has so much weight to catch up with…She seems fine with her peers in the street or through a gate but is a little wary of prolonged encounters. Gina might not be used to other pooches beside Martin…We dream for Gina to find a home where she would be a beloved pet, safe, well fed and played with. She will need some guidance and a loving owner as any dog would…Will you give Gina a chance?
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