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NOT SUITABLE FOR APARTMENT LIVING
√ older child friendly
√ dog friendly
? untested with cats/birds
Gypsy is a loving, mature little lady who found herself homeless when her human dad passed away.
She has settled in to her foster home and is foster Dad's constant shadow. She is living with two other small dogs but would be happy as an only dog, if her humans are home a lot. Perhaps a retired person/couple! Due her size (2.9kg) and age Gypsy is not suitable for a home with young children.
Gypsy loves to wander in the garden and go for walks in the park. Sitting in foster Dad's lap would have to be her favourite thing. Yes, you would call her a lap dog.
Gypsy is house trained and will let you know when she needs to go out. She is untested with cats or birds.
So Gypsy may be a little deaf [or as foster Dad says, as deaf as a post], she may only have a couple of teeth left [well 3 actually], she may be a little arthritic [aren’t we all] and she may get a bit grumpy occasionally, but hey don’t we all.
Please consider giving Gypsy her second chance in life. You will be rewarded with a lifetime of love and devotion.
Gypsy is deaf, has only a few teeth and suffers from arthritis.