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In shelter Dog

Middletown, NJ, 07748
Pet name:
Dutch Shepherd
Coat length:
Gigi was surrendered to the NYACC by her previous owner due to homelessness.  The NYCACC is the city municipal shelter.

At nine years old this girl lost her only owner.

Gigis former guardian describes her as affectionate, playful, and mellow. Their favorite thing about Gigi was that "she is a loving, playful dog who loves to play ball and be outside." Her favorite activities are playing ball, swimming and playing with other animals. She is also reported to be housetrained, well behaved when left home alone, knows all her basic cues, and is accustomed to daily exercise. Gigi is noted to become sensitive when handled around her ears. 

An amazing foster stepped up to save her life.

These are her STATS:

Approximate age       8 yrs     
Approximate weight         55 lbs      
Breed (s)       mix    
Spayed or neutered? spayed 
Good with:       
kids?         Older kids
Strangers?          A little shy
other dogs?          Good 
cats?        Yes
On leash? Pulls but is great motivated 
Housetrained?          Yes    
Crate trained?       Yes           

Gigi may have snow on the muzzle but she is a true puppy. Gigi wants to run, chase boys, play with toys and have u chase her. She would love to have a friend to run with. She is a happy funny girl. She is leary of strangers and will need slow introductions , letting her come to you.  

She is smart, listens, knows the word no, sits 

Shes a chow hound. Gigi does not resource guard. She is a love bug.

We would love Gigi to have a loving patient person/ family that understands what shelters dogs may have gone thru. Once bounded she is amazing. 

Leash training will not be difficult since she is great motivated.

If I didnt already have 3 dogs and 4 cats, Id keep her. She is pretty, happy and fun 8 yo puppy.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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