10 April 2017: What do you do if you’re old, your body is covered with lumps and bumps, and you’re tied up in a park? If you’re following Geo’s lead, you go high. This gentle giant has completely stolen my heart. He’s often sweetly napping in his cage when I approach, but even if I disturb him he greets me with soft eyes and a quietly wagging tail. He might not be as spry as he used to be, but Geo loves to go out and about and check out the neighborhood (with years of experience under his belt, he is very easy to walk and seems housebroken). He hasn’t been reactive when we’ve encountered other dogs and has displayed soft and social body language in our playgroups, but wants to mount the other dogs (Who you callin’ old??). He has a great appetite and doesn’t let his mouth get in the way of his love for treats. He likes to be pet and will even lick my face clean…he is truly sweet!!! He might have lots of reasons not to, but Geo seems to harbor an unconditional love for people and is just wonderful company…he deserves the very best
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