Special home requirements or medical: experienced owner needed
Additional info: We have Gypsy and her babies. She is busy right now being World's Best Mom but soon she'll be ready for her forever home. She is mainly housetrained . She has a little food aggression right now and is concerned about new people coming into the home but we are working with her on both these things. She also may be different when her babies are not around. Once she gets used to the person being here though she calms right down. Gypsy is a smart girl who has a loving, gentle nature. She can be a little feisty with new dogs but, again, she may be different when her puppies are not around. She is very comfortable in her temporary foster home and is starting to give kisses. Gypsy is getting really good at walking on the leash. She knows to sit for a treat, and is learning what 'no' means. She's a beautiful girl who will be more than ready for her forever home soon.
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