Gizmo! She is a 2 year old, 25 pound, Min Schnauzer/Pit? Border Terrier/Gremlin? :) mix. With her Heinz 57 breed mix, this gal is not hypoallergenic! She is oddest looking, scruffiest, naughtiest, most athletic little loving monster going (and I totally adore her). One ear up, one down. Curly little pig tail, a scruffy mane and beautiful face. She's definitely one of a kind. She is very tenacious, loves other dogs, loves to play rough, can be a bit bossy and is curious about everything. She is extremely snuggly with humans, LOVES kids, loves men. She is not good with cats and wants to chase goats, chickens and anything that moves fast at this point but is learning fast. She is great around the horses, and would be a terrific riding partner. She was very thin when she first came and really just doesn't know what is socially acceptable behavior - but she's learning! Gizmo is the type of dog that wants to go with you everywhere. She loves the car, the tractor, the ATV, she just wants to be with you, that includes cuddling up beside you on the bed at night. Gizmo is not great in a crate, although she will tolerate it for short periods of time. Because she can be talkative at times, she is not suited for apartment/condo life. She needs to go to a home where someone is home for a good part of the day, or would like a dog who can go everywhere with them and be their constant faithful companion.
She is spayed, up-to-date on vaccines and preventatives and eager to find a family to love!
The adoption fee for this dog is $295, which includes routine vetting and spay/neuter.
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