found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
My foster dad first spotted me walking toward a busy road with a snack box stuck on my head. I had put my head inside the box looking for a tasty treat, and the next thing I knew I couldn’t see or hear too well. My search for a good snack paid off, though, when a man pulled up in his big, red truck, took the box off my head and offered me some of his Taco Bell. Yum! Ever since, I’ve been called Gordi – short for the gordita I enjoyed so much. When I was finished, the man lifted me up in his truck and I quickly fell asleep – tired from wandering the roads and fending for myself.
My foster parents looked for months for my owners, but I guess you could say I’m on my own now with just my foster family to look out for me. They’re nice and all and I have a few other dogs to hang out with, but I am really looking for a comfortable, permanent home I can call my own where I can spend most of my time inside. My foster parents are so impressed that I haven’t had one accident in the months I have been living with them, and my foster mom says I am just about the perfect adoptable dog.
Don’t get me wrong – though I’m almost perfect and like being inside, I am not a dull guy. I am excitable and friendly, and I don’t meet a stranger at the dog park (people and dogs included). In fact, I’m brave enough to play with the biggest dogs there. I can hang with the big guys, but I’m still small enough to be picked up in someone’s arms and loved on (at least that’s what my foster dad tells me). I’m looking for a companion that will take time to play with me and make sure we never get separated.
So, that’s me! I’m neutered and up-to-date on my vaccinations – healthy and ready to go. I just haven’t heard from you yet! Just e-mail my foster parents at email@example.com for the application. Yes, they’ll give you the once-over to make sure you are the right one for me, but I’m worth it!
Please call Dave and Abbie Tilley at 423-400-8644 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about Gordi. An approved application and a home visit are required for the adoption.