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I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Gypsy appears to do fine with small dogs, but not cats. Since she has already had her spay surgery, she is ready for her forever home.
My mentors, Hannah and Hayley, are going to be princesses for Halloween. I don’t think I look good in skirts, so I’m considering other options.
I like the idea of being Superdog. I’d LOVE to wear a cape, but I’m not as keen on wearing a spandex suit. Also, I’m a very calm, easy-going hound. I’m not sure I could pull off the high-energy persona.
My second idea was to be Mary’s little lamb. All I’d have to do is wear a fleece coat and walk along with my person. I LOVE people and walkies. Also, I’m super sticky Velcro, so a costume that requires me to stay with my person is perfect!
If you adopt me before Halloween, I’m willing to dress in any costume you choose, even a princess skirt. I’ll be happy as long as you’re by my side.
Working On an Authentic “Baa,”
P.S. I prefer not to dress as a Gypsy. I’m more of a homebody than an adventurer, so it seems disingenuous. (Hannah taught me that word. She’s a writer, you know.)
Gypsy is doing very well in foster. She is very calm and quiet, but frequently seeks pets and attention. Gypsy is very people oriented and spends her time literally at our feet. Most foster dogs follow us room-to-room then settle on a bed near us, Gypsy prefers to be touching us...sleeping on our feet, if possible.
Gypsy gets along with our male and female greyhounds and female whippet, but hasn't interacted much with them. I think she'd be fine as an only dog if her person is home most of the time. She hasn't shown an interest in toys yet, just people.
Gypsy was apparently already house trained when she arrived...she's never had an accident in the house. She goes out morning and evening to potty, and that's it. Her other outdoor excursions are simply to follow us. Gypsy walks well on a leash and rides well in the car. She sleeps through the night on a dog bed near our bed.
Gypsy is on the timid side and probably would be best suited for a quiet home without small children or a lot of activity. She's a great, loving companion.