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In shelter Dog

Grafton, OH, 44044
Pet name:
Cocker Spaniel
Gizmo is a 4-year-old 20-pound cocker spaniel mix that came to Multiple Breed Rescue after being released from a puppy mill.

Having spent his life in a cage, most things are new to Gizmo, and he has no idea how to really be a dog. He is working on basic manners, potty training, and leash training. He is crate-trained and has been keeping it clean in his foster home. Gizmo has not met any kids yet, is very nervous with his foster mom, and has no idea how to interact with other animals. He loves his foster mom and enjoys getting cuddles from and playing with her.  Gizmos forever home should have a confident dog sibling, probably of similar size, to help teach him confidence. Small children may startle him so older children in his forever home may be ideal. Gizmo needs a family who will be committed to continuing to socialize him, work on training, and who is committed to teaching him that the world is not a scary place. He will require patience as he adjusts to life outside of the puppy mill.

If your family can be the patient, loving family Gizmo needs, please complete an application today!

All dogs available for adoption are in foster homes. Please do not visit the location as it is a privately run boarding, training, and grooming facility. Meet and greets are scheduled by appointment only for approved adopters.

Age: 4 years

Adoption fee: $500.00


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