This gorgeous girl is Gisele. She is 8 months old with an adorable underbite and long legs like a super model, hence the name Gisele! She was rescued from the shelter, having bad skin infections. (Part of the reason she is sporting t-shirts in some of her pictures, but also because it's adorable). She is totally healed up and ready to have her new healthy coat pet by anyone!
Gisele is a true puppy who loves to wrestle, loves bones, and is learning to fetch. She is smart and easily trainable and always motivated by a yummy treat. Gisele is always a happy girl and will never fail at making you laugh. She will also give you as many kisses as allowed and sleep cuddled by your side! She loves all dogs and is good with kids, but is not the right companion for cats since she likes to chase them!
Gisele would do great in a home with a yard to run in and another dog to play with. She would do well in a really active family, and will even be great to tag along on car rides! Gisele is completely crate trained and house trained too, making her a pretty perfect pup!
Does Giselle sound like the girl meant for you? Contact DPA today!
All Dallas Pets Alive adoptable pets are spayed or neutered, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines upon adoption. The standard minimum donation for dogs over six months to seven years is $200, puppies under six months is $250, dogs eight years and over are $100 unless specified otherwise. You can view all the adoptable pets and fill out an adoption application online on our website at http://dallaspetsalive.org/adopt/adoptable-dogs/ . For more information, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org .
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