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; ; Gandalf was a skinny 87 lbs and needed to put on some weight and learn some manners. We have been working with him but he still needs some manners. Proper introductions with other dogs are necessary. He is so eager to play that he comes on playfully strong but once that initial intro is over he calms down and is pretty indifferent.
He is the biggest lovebug who just wants to play and be loved! He has finally put on some weight and is looking happy and healthy.; ; ADOPTER NOTES 1/24/17: Gandalf the Grey is gentle with adults and older children. Good with large dogs but plays very dominant/ rough. He walks well on leash, responds to commands, and is house broken. He loves tennis balls, treats, loves to run free at parks and sleeps all night in his bed. Sadly he did not do well with our small dog and young child.
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