"Fun-loving, active, and outgoing female, seeks adventurous and on the go family for good times, good fun, lots of affection, and long-term relationship!”
Gypsy is an outgoing and friendly girl who LOVES people. She has, as they say, "never met a stranger". In fact, that actually saved her from a life in the woods... a good Samaritan came across a hungry Gypsy, who wanted to jump right in the woman's car with her! You can't get much friendlier than that!
Gypsy would be a great dog for an individual or family who wants a hiking or jogging companion. She loves car rides and she's always ready to go places with her humans. She may be "middle aged", but shhhhhhh...... don't tell Gypsy. She doesn't know! She is still plenty playful and active... but she also settles down nicely on her bed to chew on her deer antler or hollow out her stuffed Kong! Oh, and did I mentioned..... she LOVES belly rubs?
Gypsy enjoys playing with the other dogs in her foster home. She is a boisterous player though, and not for the timid-type dog. We think she would also be fine as an only dog as well. After all, she LOVES her humans!
Also, Gypsy is a fence climber and either needs a 6 ft privacy fence OR to be kept on leash.
Gypsy is NOT good with cats and because she is still pretty active, we think she would be "too much" for young children..
So, if you're looking for a happy-go-lucky, active dog to be a full-fledge member of the family, then this former "Gypsy in the woods" is the gal for you!
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