Gordy is a beautiful 4-month old Tri colored Brittany mix puppy. 26# of love, healthy neutered, UTD on vaccines and HW Neg darling boy. He is well behaved and gets along with other dogs. He loves to play with toys and he loves to run around in the backyard with our dog. He is a little shy and timid with new people, but very smart and trainable. Within the first week of fostering him he had already learned to go into his crate all by himself. He will need a little patience while he gets to know you and allows you to pet him but he is friendly and food motivated. Gordy is housetrained and has been sleeping loose in the house with no accidents. He will cry to let you know he has to go to the bathroom and to please let me out. It is fun to see him playing with his toys without a care in the world. Gordy knows his name and will come in when called especially during meal time and will sit for his food.
Gordy will be perfect for a family who wants to add a smart and playful puppy to their household and watch him grow and has the patience to give him the time to feel secure. Let’s face it, it is a big world out there when you are a little puppy. He has been adapting very well and the vet was very impressed how he has come out of his shell.
Update on Gordy: He is now rolling over for belly rubs. He loves to go to the parks and loves, loves, loves the water features. He is turning into a fine young boy.
If you are interested in adopting me, please visit www.NBRAN.org to complete an adoption application. Contact Nancy Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or Melinde Waddle at email@example.com . for more information after you have filled out the application. The fee to adopt Gordy in TX is $375 to offset his vetting and to allow NBRAN to rescue more of these wonderful pets. Transportation can be arranged up 1400 miles with the adopter being responsible for the last 100 miles.
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